Boundries in teen dating
As I mentioned in the first post this was triggering to me because one of my children developed meningitis.
She has a big disclaimer at the end but it’s a useless item.
She’s clearly giving medical advice, as if she were a doctor. The greatest irony of her medical advice is that it comes close on the heels of her sharing just the day before a piece by another…
More likely is that the Pearls are making this up, like they seem to do with many of the…
This is a cobbling together of three recent posts from Faithful Word Baptist Church’s pastor Steven Anderson.
He genuinely believes he is so, so clever, especially in this post on his blog ‘Sexdollification of Western Women’ where he acts as if he’s just discovered that married Christian couples might be using sex toys in the bedroom.
He goes from that premise into what my father used to call ‘twenty dollar words’ and absurdist fantasies of divorces fueled by vibrator…
Their need to be with someone is stronger than desire to have a meaningful relationship.
Because of that they hardly break up before they meet someone new, so they appear like they find partners easily: the truth is, they just can’t stand being alone and do everything they can to keep the old relationship, whether they are happy in it or not.
This also makes you more likely to fall in love – it is easier to impress you.
We’ve all been in that place at some point in our lives: just remember how easy it was when you were a teenager – you could fall in love because you liked someone’s smile, or their cute curls, or their amazing green eyes… But once we come out of teenage years – we normally add more criteria that are based on something more than appearance and physical attraction: personality qualities, lifestyle choices, values, interests – and many other things.
Was it not one of the Pearl children that told a tale of walking through the woods and seeing pornographic photographs stapled to nearby trees?