Saturday, February 15, 2014

Valentine's Day Part #3: Even More Questions

Check out Part 1 and Part 2!
Before going in some questions, here's a couple videos!

Now for some questions!
What's a good age to start dating?
A good age to start dating is when you were born. You know, you have to know the date of your birth, the date of your first words, when you first walked, and the first day you were potty trained by yourself.

As long you're mature enough and your parents think so, too, then I have no big opinion about it. I say your parents because you need a third opinion besides yourself. And they also can cause havoc on you.

Is there a certain age that kissing would be allowed? 
I kiss my mommy all the time. Probably when I was born I was kissed by my mommy. ^_^

My personal conviction is that one shouldn't kiss until the marriage altar. But you have your own convictions and I won't judge people for those. Just don't be dumb and get pregnant or something.

Is it smarter to date or court? 
I answer that in this post.

Why do so many "children" these days have boyfriends?
Because they want to?

Too much Disney channel or Disney movies, in my opinion. Grow up, kiddos.

No one necessarily should have a girlfriend or a boyfriend just cause they want to, right? 
Oh, absolutely. Some people are too selfish to be in any kind of relationship. They see another person as territory to be conquered or a toy to be trifled with.

Are you able to explain what emotional love is and why emotional love alone is not enough to be real love?
Emotional love doesn't last. It's all feeling and no action. And also selfish, sometimes.

Love is what is left after all the passion is gone. Some people confuse love with the passion, and passion is important, but it's not what all love is. It's the commitment beneath the passion that what makes love love. A commitment to that person, and that person only.

Emotions, however, is important. But it shouldn't be the only thing one relies to.

What are the components of real or mature love?
The Bible tells us in I Corinthians 13 that true love, or in the majestic vernacular of the King James, Charity suffereth long, and is kind, charity envieth not, charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil. Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in truth; Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. Charity never faileth.

I don't think anyone can show that unconditional love without divine empowerment. But that is what true love is.

How many years should a person date before thinking about marriage?
I would say two to three years max, unless either one don't have the necessities (not done with school, doesn't have a job, doesn't have a house, etc.). Basically, don't be dumb and marry a guy if he can't support you. In this case, waiting longer might be better. Many marriage failures center around money or the lack thereof.

But if he does have the means, then the decision to commit needs to come quickly from him.

Is there a certain age difference that should be put in stone for two people dating?
I've seen very huge age differences that have worked out. Though if there is a big age difference, it needs to be worked out between both of them, that a couple won't fight over things.

I've found that girls are usually a couple of years more mature than guys are, as a general rule.

What are key ingredients to making any relationship work?
Communication is key. A relationship is only a relationship if each person is honest with each other. You can't love without communicating.

What are things that people should talk about before they get married?
People getting married should talk about their fundamental beliefs. Also, they should set in stone to never, ever even talk of divorce. As I said in a previous post, don't marry someone who you can find an easy way out.

Money is also one thing that needs to be talked about. So many times that couples focus on the romance that they forget the practical.

Thanks to Isabella Ustick for all the remaining questions!

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