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After talking with one couple recently I realised that there are some questions people don’t think about asking each other unless prompted. ’ Last Friday I found myself, unusually, with nothing to do.
‘I connected with a nice guy online, we met up a few times, and he seemed keen to pursue a relationship,’ said the email. For a few weeks, he’ll be enthusiastic and romantic and talk about the future… It’s a rare treat in a busy London life, but the thought did flit through my mind ‘I wonder if anyone wants to come over…’ I couldn’t really be bothered to come up with a plan, though, so I just stayed in and watched TV. ‘I’m too old for the singles group and too young for the seniors…’ ‘I don’t fit into the women’s ministry because I don’t have a husband or kids…’ ‘All the groups in our church focus on families…’ ‘I just can’t seem to fit in…’ Your church should, in theory, be the ideal place to meet your future spouse.
*Please note, by Alysha answering your questions, she is only offering suggestions or perspective based on her scope of expertise.
I know tons of girls I’ve dated who would’ve been really put off if I had said I wanted to wait to have sex. I spent most of high school dating only girls who were “waiting until marriage” (note: he used finger quotes and then explained it was because most them ended up giving it up, having sex and getting knocked up early.
Hell, I’ve even had a few girls think I wasn’t interested in them because I didn’t try to sleep with them the first night we hung out!
Alysha is not liable for the outcome of your situation and the answers .
I guess it depends on how important sex is to you but for me, it’s a very, very important part of a relationship.