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You aren’t dating because “you are not supposed to do that in discernment” but because it’s not where you feel most alive to your calling from God.

That doesn’t mean that a relationship was no good or wrong, only that you want to pursue wholeheartedly another way of being for God.

You may have lived closely within a marriage (your family), and probably have observed many marriages in your life.

And chances are you have been living the single life for at least some of your adult life.

I assume you know right and wrong when it comes to sins such as lying, stealing, and killing.One of the greatest tools in your discernment toolbox will be a spiritual director.This mentor (usually a priest or religious, but not necessarily) is a person you can spill your guts to, and he or she will be able to guide you through the tumultuous waters of discernment.In the absence of a formal spiritual director, I highly recommend getting to know St. If I am discerning an important life decision—for this post, let’s use the example of being a summer missionary—my emotions can erratically pull me from one extreme to the next on a daily or even hourly basis.Ignatius of Loyola a bit better, especially his methodology, the “discernment of spirits.” When I began to read his works in the seminary, my immediate thought was, “Where WAS this guy in college when I needed him the MOST?! When it comes to affection or romance ( wisdom: “Search your feelings.” St.” His writings helped me and I know that they can help you. Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556 AD) had plenty of time to think and search his feelings after a cannonball shattered his leg in the field of battle.