Rules for sex dating
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.
I’ve read numerous dating-esque books throughout my life, some of which were bought for me by my parents, given to my by pastors and mentors or ones I purchased in my own attempt to wade through this mania.
It’s here, in the deep end, that he makes a point that I’ve never heard before: Sexual compatibility is easy to find.
Relationship compatibility, on the other hand, is much more difficult, which is why we should remain abstinent when finding a mate. If you think about it though, there’s a much longer list of people I wouldn’t mind a make-out session with, while the list of guys I could see as potential life partners is much slimmer.
Trouble is, you’d end up hooking a lot of fish you had no appetite for.
Mobile dating apps allow you to see who’s online and in the vicinity, improving your chances of landing a really good catch.
Meeting with a single, 30-something woman he asked her, “Has sex as a single woman made your life better or more complicated? One of the larger topics that runs throughout the entire book is that of becoming the right person.
Without giving too much away, there was one question that he posed that has had me thinking ever since I finished the book.
It’s at this point, only a few short pages into the book, where he leaps into the topic of sex.