We are not the lies we were taught. We are not the mistakes we’ve made. We are not the sexual dysfunction we experience. We are children of the Living God.
My husband asked me to talk about how to ask a girl out without seeming creepy. Here is my advice!
My latest for Iron Ladies:
“Secular culture tells us that, before we enter into marriage, we need to ‘try’ each other out sexually. This culture has a large focus on love in connection with sex and attraction. On the flip-side, legalistic purity culture often dictates that marriage is more about obligation, and some facets even claim that love is only a choice as opposed to a feeling.
In this episode, Rebecca seeks to unite what each culture gets right about sex and love while dispelling the incorrect and faulty assumptions found on both sides.”
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This is a guest post on a window into my dating relationship with my husband. We choice to pursue a relationships despite several odds being against us, including my young age, our age difference, the way in which we went about dating which garnered a lack of support among the popular community, and our decision to wait until we got married to have sex for the first time.
Please share your love story with me, I love hearing them and seeing how diverse everyone is.
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Why You Should Buck The Norm In Relationships
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My latest poem: Shadows of the Night
The latest poem is an unlikely love story:
My first (and only) attempt at poetry. Decided to post it on my old site since it doesn’t really fit my usual content and is a one-off. https://thatnewcrunchymom.wordpress.com/2017/03/25/love-war/