Emotional purity in dating
But in real life – in the nitty-gritty of real relationships – is this even attainable? Short of a hard-core betrothal, where there is a binding marriage-like agreement between the man and the woman before they get to know each other (which carries its own risks), there , C. Lewis relates: “To love at all is to be vulnerable.
As such, during our courtship there was a physical reserve along with an emotional and verbal reserve.
holding hands, cuddling, hugging, etc.) before we were engaged as we felt that we didn’t have any right to do that.
In addition, there were many things that we wanted to say to each other during that time (i.e.
This book helped me realize that uncommitted emotional dependence is a distraction to us from God.
This book not just point out the problems or issues in an unhealthy relationship, but also provides suggestions to the reader, which some books might easily omit this por I can say this is THE best book about dating and marriage I have ever read!