Tuesday Talk: What would you say?


If you have an opportunity to share the effects of sex outside of marriage with your teen son or daughter, what will you say? Consider these suggestions:

  1. Teen and college sexual activity tends to lead to the couple breaking up, rather than staying together.
  2. Often times, young people don’t want to marry the person who has had sex with someone else, but in their opinion, it’s ok for them to have sex with the person someone else is going to marry.
  3. Those who choose to be sexually active during the teen and college years often experience less happiness once they marry; because the foundation of the relationship is often based on the physical, rather than all of the balanced components of a healthy relationship.
  4. Those who choose to be sexually active during the teen and college years are more likely to value commitment less than those who choose not to engage in sexual activity.
  5. If a young person chooses to engage in sexual activity during the teen and college years, is it possible that they are more likely to have extramarital affair once they do get married?
  6. Sexual activity is often blinding. Many times it leads to marrying Mr. or Mrs. Wrong, instead of Mr. or Mrs. Right.
  7. Individuals that engage in high school and college sexual activity usually experience sexual satisfaction once they marry, but it has a tendency to dissipate over time because their past experiences often haunt them later in life.


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