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This is not simply a book for people who want to get married; it is for anyone who wants to have successful, long term relationships.I hope the primary takeaway of these teachings is that: [tweetable]people should focus on becoming someone instead of finding someone.[/tweetable] RNS: You say that “you are sexually compatible with far more people than you’re relationally compatible with.” What are you getting at?A culture that views people as a commodity is a culture sliding towards softening their position on slavery. There was not that much information about the addictive nature of porn. For the guy who says, “This is just entertainment, and there isn’t anything morally wrong with that,” then I say, “You apparently think that a real body isn’t enough for you.And your girlfriend’s body or your wife’s body is not enough for you.” If you’re going to get married, you should tell your fiancé that.It sounds absurd, but if porn is going to be part of your life, you need to tell the other person that.I challenge guys face to face and have told our whole congregation this, and they are aghast. Men don’t want women to bring secrets into the relationship, why shouldn’t we be open as well.That somehow commitment will trump the needs for preparation.This is more about getting ourselves ready for the time when we meet someone that there’s chemistry with and we’re falling in love with, we’ll actually be prepared to keep the commitment we’re making.
Knowing you as well as I do, it struck me as odd that you would write an entire book on the subject without addressing the LGBT community. AS: That’s a great question, and I’m glad you asked.One of the big assumptions I challenge is: As long as I’m in love and the chemistry is right, then everything is going to turn out right.