A few of you posted comments asking why we couldn’t just stop the physical side of our relationship instead of having to break up. ” where I shared that my heart got shattered when I broke things off with a guy I had been dating married-style.And if you read through to the end, I’ll have some great links for you. In her book One of the critical neurochemicals released during sex is dopamine. God designed our hormones to be a kind of gasoline.Dopamine makes you feel good; it creates a simultaneous sense of peace and pleasure. Getting turned on is like a spark that sets a gallon of gasoline on fire, and once it’s on fire, it ain’t easy to put out! This isn’t a post about what the Bible says about the roles of men and women. So here are three reasons why it’s really () hard to “just stop” physical sin once you’ve gone there with a guy. That’s such a good question, one that a lot of girls wrestle with.If you have hung around the church for very long, you have probably heard that God wants people to reserve physical intimacy for marriage.If you haven’t and that is news to you, then we can understand the shock you might be feeling.
Together, you can decide what feels healthy and what doesn’t for each of you.
In romantic relationships, the goal is to communicate in a loving, giving manner—to be affectionate.
Whether you’re casually hooking up or have been going out for a while now, setting boundaries is an important part of any relationship.
For many people, both inside and outside of the church, it does not make sense.
If it feels so good, and is good for the relationship, and both people are consenting, then what is the problem?