International Boost Self-Esteem Month on February, 2018: Esteem Month - Good tip on how to get a boy to kiss you without you making the first move?
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Dating should have an honorable purpose—to help a young man and woman determine if they want to get married to each other.Granted, some of your peers might take a casual view of dating. Perhaps they simply enjoy being with a special friend of the opposite sex, without any intention of marriage. Some might even view such a friend as little more than a trophy or an accessory to be seen with in public to boost their own self-esteem.Often, though, such shallow relationships are short-lived. “Many young ones who date break up with each other a week or two later,” says a girl named Heather. “They come to view relationships as transitory—which in a sense prepares them for divorce rather than for marriage.”Clearly, when you date someone, you’re affecting that person’s feelings. So be sure your intentions are honorable.—Luke 6:31.If you date with no intention of marriage, you are acting like a child who plays with a new toy and then discards itThink: Would you like someone to play with your feelings as if they were some child’s toy—to be picked up for a moment and then quickly abandoned? Then don’t do that to someone else! The Bible says that love “does not behave indecently.”—1 Corinthians 13:4, 5.A youth named Chelsea says: “Part of me wants to say that dating should be just for fun, but it’s no fun when one person is taking it seriously and the other isn’t.”Tip: To prepare for dating and marriage, read 2 Peter 1:5-7 and pick one quality you need to work on. In a month’s time, see how much you have learned about—and improved in—that quality.Am I old enough to date?At what age, do you think, is it appropriate for a youth to start dating?Now ask one of your parents the same question.Chances are, your answer is different from that of your parent. Or maybe not! You might be among the many youths who are wisely putting off dating until they’re old enough to know themselves better.That’s what Danielle, 17, decided to do. She says: “Thinking back two years ago, what I would have looked for in a potential mate was so different from what I would look for now. Basically, even at this point I don’t trust myself to make such a decision. When I feel that my personality has been stable for a couple of years, then I’ll think about dating.”There’s another reason why waiting is wise. The Bible uses the phrase “the bloom of youth” to describe the period of life when sexual feelings and romantic emotions first become strong. (1 Corinthians 7:36) To maintain close association with one particular member of the opposite sex while you’re still in this phase can fan the flames of desire and lead to wrong conduct.True, that might mean little to your peers. Many of them may be all too eager to experiment with sex. But you can—you must—rise above that kind of thinking! (Romans 12:2) After all, the Bible urges you to “flee from sexual immorality.” (1 Corinthians 6:18, New International Version) By waiting until you’re past the bloom of youth, you can “ward off calamity.”—Ecclesiastes 11:10.Why wait to date?Being pressured to date before you’re ready would be like being forced to take a final exam for a course that you’ve barely started. Obviously, that wouldn’t be fair! You need time to study your subject so that you can become familiar with the kind of problems you’ll face in the test.It’s similar with dating.Dating is no trivial matter. So before you’re ready to focus on one particular person, you need to take time to study a very important “subject”—how to build friendships.Later, when you meet the right person, you’ll be in a better position to build a solid relationship. After all, a good marriage is the union of two good friends.Waiting to date won’t stifle your freedom. On the contrary, it will give you more freedom to ‘rejoice in your youth.’ (Ecclesiastes 11:9) You will also have time to prepare yourself by developing your personality and, most important, your spirituality.—Lamentations 3:27.In the meantime, you can enjoy the company of the opposite sex. What’s the best way to do so? Spend time together in properly supervised mixed groups. A girl named Tammy says: “I think it’s more fun that way. It’s better to have a lot of friends.” Monica agrees. “The group idea is a really good idea,” she says, “because you get to associate with people who have different personalities.”In contrast, if you focus on one person too soon, you set yourself up for heartache. So take your time. Use this period of your life to learn how to cultivate and maintain friendships. Later, if you choose to date, you’ll have a better idea of who you are and what you need in a lifelong partner
Atheists, list secular reasons for sexualism, please?
-It feels good.
-It can lead to offspring.
-It satisfies the biological urge to have sex.
-It reinforces pair or group bonding by raising oxytocin levels.
-A 10-year research carried on 1,000 middle-aged men at Queens University in Belfast showed that sex on a regular basis increases the humans' lifespan. For the same age and health, those who had orgasms more frequently had half the death rate of men who did not have such frequent orgasms. Researches believe that this has to do with the effects of sex on stress.
-According to study by Wilkes-Barre university, regular sexual activity boosts immunoglobin A levels, which fights off many common infections, in both sexes. The more sexual activity, the higher the levels.
-According to the 'Journal of Epidemiology,' having sex twice a week or more often reduces the chance for men to suffer a fatal heart attack by 50% compared to men who have sex once a month or less.
-According to the journal, 'Archives of Sexual Behavior,' frequent sex improves self-esteem levels.
-According to the 'Bulletin of Experimental Biology,' sex can relieve pain to a good extent. This is tied to endorphin release and increased oxytocin levels.
-According to the 'Journal of Urology International,' men who had five or more ejaculations weekly while in their 20s reduced their risk of getting prostate cancer later by a third. Adding to this, according to the 'Journal of the American Medical Association,' men who have 21 or more ejaculations a month had a substantially lower prostate cancer risk as older men compared with men who had less frequent ejaculations of four to seven monthly.
-Finally, oxytocin levels have long been known to be useful for sleep regulation. I couldn't find a study quickly to suggest that sex may improve sleep schedules, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was out there.
Should I move back home or stay working abroad?
You do give up easily, don't you? Why do you think working for the Red Cross etc would be any better?
Instead of bleating about being unhappy, try to do something about it. Join in with things (even if you don't think you will like them), learn things, get involved...give yourself a chance and it will do wonders for your morale and self-esteem if you can turn the situation round.