But the problem we're facing isn't that we’re having too much sex we're in a relationship that the relationship itself doesn’t materialize.
I'll admit that I'm just as guilty as the rest of you.
It feels amazing to finally pull the trigger on real life commitment. We both fully agree and have had a dozen conversations about “Wow – we have a real thing – so not rush this”.
But then when the pressure is on, we don’t really know what the fuck that really means. Do we need to revert to using the baseball analogy?
Successfully going slowly can only happen when it is done as a joint effort — when both parties' end goal is to honor God and each other.Most of us applaud couples of any age or in any season of life who endeavor to go slowly in their relationships, because we understand that this commitment is both admirable and respectful.As my husband and I mentor 20-somethings on a weekly basis, we find ourselves constantly telling couples: "When you think you are going slow, ?“Use your words, Emily, use your words.” So here are a few of the things I have discovered actually work for taking it slow.Maybe you should print it out and keep it in the secret drawer next to your bed (you know the one) so when the sexual pressure cooker is about to blow, you can refer to this.