Bible on christin dating and marriage


” Bill agreed with Sarah K., saying, “Hugs between two people who know they are attracted to one another should be brief …Hugs involve even more physical contact and can be misused if one is not careful and/or has a weakness in this area.” Cheryl, 23 and married, said her “main concern was finding the person that I could continue a relationship with until the end (marriage).



Looking back, it was a good thing, even though I questioned it at one point because it became a distraction for me for a short time—either wanting him to hold my hand, or having a difficult time reigning in my thoughts when he did.If you were married already and someone kissed your wife/husband, you’d be pretty mad!So think ‘fourth dimensionally,’ as Doc Brown would say, and know that this other person is not your mate.” “One can argue that the former two items (holding hands and hugging) can be shared in a more casual and ‘harmless’ way,” said Bill.If he didn’t meet my qualifications enough to that end, I would remain friends but never make any more physical contact than a hug here or there.” Before Kate and Luke married, they said, “We got into the habit of giving each other a brief hug coming and going sometime during the first year of dating.