Cliff Young, a contributing writer and a veteran single of many decades.
He has traveled the world in search of fresh experiences, serving opportunities, and the perfect woman (for him) and has found that his investments in God, career and youth ministry have paid off in priceless dividends.
SHE SAID: Wow, my first thought is how great this is! I wish I had saved all my kisses for the "one" but I haven't. I mean, me and my friends talk about it from time to time.
I have clearly shared how I would like to save my next kiss for the altar. I just don't know if my hormones would last that long.
Also, it's important to note that we write our answers separately.
While we are unable to answer every inquiry, we do hope that this column will be an encouragement to you.
Our actions should not cause someone else to misinterpret the Bible, find justification for wrong behavior, nor lead them to or exacerbate a problem they may already be struggling with.
The difficulty comes when one person feels free to act in a certain way while another does not.
She is also the author of four books.: We are not trained psychologists or licensed professionals.(The Frisky) -- Dear Wendy: I'm a guy who has been dating online for a year and a half with very limited success.Aside from one two-month relationship, the process has been a total failure.Bottom line is your relative she wanted him to like most men do.Her response seemed to be a little legalistic in nature and wrong for her to retaliate in such a way to such a courteous request from a close friend.I don’t see this woman’s reaction as a "generational thing." In fact, it almost seems contrary to what society is touting for relationships.