The argument of religion or morality has not prevented prostitution from existing or thriving.
If anything, all it has succeeded in doing is driving transactional sex underground, thereby making it more dangerous for everybody involved, and society at large.
But at the end of the day, we all have preferences or things we’d like in a partner.
According to Stanley, he believes there are two deciding factors when it comes to choosing our right person—chemistry and attraction.
Married people didn’t get married because they somehow had their lives together. If not for yourself, read it to learn something to share with “a friend.” I promise you, you will learn something.
Besides struggling with constant suicidal thoughts, I’ve suffered from utter apathy for little over a year now.
Maybe you’re in a relationship and you’re wondering if that person is the one for you.
Looking for the “right person” so that your love-life will turn out “right? For three weeks, we’ll consider the myths and land mines associated with love, sex, and dating in the 21st century.
This concept was a bit eye opening for me and debunked the excuse that I’ve heard people use so many times before in regards to sex: “How can we get married without having sex? ” Stanley goes into much more depth when it comes to the topic of sex in Chapter 8 and 9.
Without giving too much away, there was one question that he posed that has had me thinking ever since I finished the book.
It should be no surprise then that in Stanley’s new book The New Rules for Love, Sex, and Dating,he is just as clear, just as blunt and just as candid when it comes to the topics that are on most of our minds as single people—love, sex and dating.