This means that the more sex you have with anybody but your spouse, the weaker that chemical/emotional bond with them will be.
If you want more on this, read “Bringing Up Girls” by Dr.
This is a very important topic for you both to agree on – meaning he needs to respect you and be on board.
I know it’s scary, believe me, I was terrified, but establishing this early on makes that pressure and fear of handling it disappear.
I know all too well the consequences of sex before marriage.
Now that I am in a relationship that has NOTHING to do with sex (yes, we have been dating almost 2 years, engaged for the last year, and have NOT had sex), I see the blessings and benefits in waiting for marriage.
Sex between a married couple is blessed by God, He fully supports it, and He wants us to fully enjoy the blessings of sex as He designed it to be.
Sexual intimacy between a married man and woman is sacred, and having that desire for each other is an important part of a healthy marriage, hence the entire book of Songs of Solomon.If we are have all these sexual urges and desires, it must not be a bad thing… It was completely normal in my high school, actually.I remember the pressure I felt to have sex with each boy I dated.God had totally convicted our hearts, and I am so thankful for that.Neither of us wanted any trace of guilt on our first night together, and the thought of blowing it after fighting temptation so long, really scared both of us. Not only will your relationship with each other become more deep and meaningful, but so will your walk with Christ.God is the Creator of sex, therefore He knows best.