There comes a time when you need to have a serious conversation, with yourself and your significant other.Of course, I don’t mean you have to literally talk to yourself – that would be strange.Even so, many of these same students miss the point about other types of sexual activity."Actually, I think foreplay makes you stronger," says Jenny, 17.by *Hannah Packham Holding hands, kissing, sex, where do you draw your line? Although, I’ve only dated one guy, that’s about all it takes to learn some of the most important lessons about relationships: everything from communication to kissing.This is an important question that even I tried to avoid answering. How are you supposed to know where you draw your line? The boundaries of purity seemed simple to me before I started dating: don’t have sex until you’re married. Seems pretty easy; however, I found it is much more complicated than that.is a biweekly advice column featuring a question from a reader with responses from a male and female point of view.If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to : There is a question that has been on my mind for some time now.
In order to provide a complete foundation for applying appropriate physical boundaries, we must first answer the following questions to establish a healthy paradigm about purity.It'll mean a lot to get a Christian view on this.HE SAID: I am sure every youth and singles group from every church of every denomination has tackled this question at some point or another, because it is a struggle most people deal with in both dating and serious relationships." Ever wonder what other Christians think about sex? What we found were some misconceptions and unclear boundaries. Tim's a Christian who believes wholeheartedly in abstinence.He says, "If you remain abstinent until marriage, you're sexually pure." But then he says, "I think petting's all right.