How to Get a Date: Episode 159
Feb 10, 2011
How to become more dateable, plus the one thing no one ever tells you about sex and a question from a guy who wonders if guys and girls can be "just friends."
Are You Dateable
Earlier this week, Suzanne Hadley Gosselin blogged about two ways to meet new people: "The Places You Go" and "The People You Know." But what happens after you meet someone? How can you become more dateable? After listening to this round table, let us know here on the blog what you thought of the advice given. Maybe your comments will spark a Part 2 of this discussion.
What are You Waiting For?
True love waits, right? But why? In this week's culture segment, Dannah Gresh, author of What Are You Waiting For?, explains the many benefits of saving sex for marriage. Whether you've been waiting for one year or 30 years, you'll find encouragement in this interview. And you can win a copy of her book by leaving a comment below about your commitment to wait. Five winners will be chosen.
The Myth of Just Friends
A Boundless reader recently broke up with his Christian girlfriend partly because most of her friends were guys. He believes that friendships with the opposite sex often lead to one or the other having deeper feelings than just being friends. Is this a biblical principle, or is he expecting too high of commitment from his girlfriend? Listen as Candice Watters gives her input.