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My highschool sweetheart moved on quickly and I didn’t.
I became prideful about my ability to stay focused and out of a romantic relationship.
It went too far once in awhile, but it was fairly innocent. I needed to get it together and fight harder to maintain “sexual purity.” At 16 years old, my first boyfriend and I broke up and I began dating a boy from another high school. I stopped going to my own high school’s sporting events and solely supported him. We went to every dance together at both our high schools.
I laughed and threw it across the room after she left. My first boyfriend and I dated for about two years and made out constantly. I was a “church girl” who wanted to be a minister someday.
Our purity is found in Christ alone and it cannot be tainted no matter what we do or don’t do sexually.
Leaving him was the hardest thing I had ever had to do at that point in my life. I made a pact with myself not to date at all until I found the man I would marry.
It felt gross having someone’s tongue down my throat. All joking aside, I loved Jesus very much and I wanted to be pure for Him. I picked out a gold ring with a rose on it and made a commitment to stay pure until marriage.
I would secretly call my mom to come get me at the end of an evening party, sneak out the door and wait down the street for her to pick me up, all in an attempt to dodge my first kiss. I guess he couldn’t wait anymore and I was not expecting it.
Dating was bad because dating led to sexual sin and sexual sin led to God being disappointed in me.
I could not handle the guilt and the shame anymore, so I avoided all of it as much as possible.