Love, Sex & Dating
My boyfriend makes me feel guilty for not having sex. I really care for this guy and I think we have a future together. But how do I get through to him that I don't want to have sex?
I know couples express themselves physically to show love, but for me, right now, it doesn't seem right.
As single people, we are attracted to many people, and it's not like that attraction stops once the ring goes on your finger.
It's easy to use God as an excuse for ending—or starting—a relationship when in truth, we are just doing what we want to do.
How, in this sex-crazed society, can a person stay sexually pure?
We have sex and we believe it's OK because we've made our vows before God and ourselves. Where in the Bible does it say you have to have a wedding to be considered married?
I don't want to lose her, because she is the love of my life.
I thought it was a black-and-white issue, but now it seems like it's getting more gray.
My guilt about my past is affecting my relationships now. What can I do to feel pure?
There's a guy I like and I think he likes me, too. I want to date him, but a friend told me he's into pot.