Sex is scarily available — we can have it simply with the swipe of a finger.
There’s zero effort made into getting to know someone for who they truly are unless we’re willing to undress and show the most sacred parts of ourselves first. If we show our cards and act like we’re interested, it leaves the person we’re affectionate about turned off and running in the opposite direction instead of being flattered that we actually give a shit about them.
And most of the time, sex doesn’t lead to a relationship — it leads to heartache, confusion and another one-night stand with the next person. There’s little gratitude for honest and happy emotions. Responding right away comes across as desperate and too available.
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Andy Stanley explores the challenges, assumptions, and land mines associated with dating in the twenty-first century.
Best of all, he offers the most practical and uncensored advice you will ever hear on this topic.
Not for the faint of heart, Communicator, author, and pastor Andy Stanley founded Atlanta-based North Point Ministries in 1995.
Today, NPM consists of six churches in the Atlanta area and a network of 30 churches around the globe that collectively serve nearly 70,000 people weekly.
Ladies, lift your hands if you haven’t thought of how romantic it would be to meet the man of your life on a train, or on a boat.
Or, given the globetrotters we all are by now, on a plane.
Last year I went on a dating trip called “”, where 100 single men and 100 single women were put on the same train leaving from King’s Cross Station and headed to York, in the hope that some love stories might blossom during the journey.
Well, if they did, they blossomed for others (just for a change), so I have kind of abandoned idealising the train.
But airplanes, well, they still retain their charme.