Tag: sexual sin
One of the most critical on-going conversations mothers can have with their daughters is on the topic of sexuality. My head spins with all the risk and hope that teeters on the existence of such a dialogue. Let me share the best news first: the number one risk-reducer for your daughter is parent/child connection. What you think about sex informs her view of it, and what you communicate about sexual risk and sexual theology helps to steer her towards healthy choices. You're that powerful, Mom. Most girls I've spoken with wish their mom would bring the subject up more often. Most moms I've spoken with feel insecure about talking. Let me fuel your interest by sharing these top ten reasons why every mom must talk about sex early and often. They aren't pretty, but remember talking about sex reduces the risk and puts you in a place to reduce the pain if any does come your daughters direction.
She goes to school at Penn State. He's a student at Ohio State. Rivalry aside, passion burns. The good kind that tells them "this is it." 322.97 miles separate them, creating an invitation to consume copious amounts of gasoline between State College, PA and Columbus, OH. That's expensive. So, they try to save money where they can. Hotel bills seem like a good place to cut costs. When they visit each other, they sleep over in one another's apartments. Completely platonic, of course. They insist there's no other solution and there's never been any sex. Ever. That could never happen. They're both Christians. Is this OK? Sleeping over has been called one of the newest trends in "Christians sketchiness." I'll go with that. I think it's possible to sleep over at your boyfriend's without eventually having sex, but not probable. Let me tell you why.