Courting isn’t really a new system, it’s dating chopped up and rearranged.
Dating is organic and natural; as the relationship gradually matures, intimacy and commitment develop at the same rate. What we can talk about are the ramifications for individuals in both systems.
I have skimmed through the first half of this book, and I add my recommendation to the host of impressive endorsements these young authors have received.
I am excited about the idea of raising the bar on expectations of teenagers.
Courting promises to remove or at least reduce instances of this by using parents and eligibility appraisals as gate keeper. Parents, especially fathers have a keen eye when it comes to daughters.
On the flip side, if courting doesn’t work out, then we have a train wreck extraordinaire.
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This rallying cry from the heart of revolution already in progress challenges the next generation to lay claim to a brighter future, starting today.
The book promises to break a cycle of pain where a woman commits emotionally too early, only to discover the man does not share that commitment.
I am using IKDG as the standard, because the plethora of books that followed were basically clones.
With dating, two people edge into the relationship, commitment comes as the relationship progresses.
You only meet the parents when the relationship has been significantly tested, nobody is thinking about marriage on day one.
While I never completed an internship for a state Supreme Court or spoke at conferences across the United States and in Japan, I was a teenager who dreamed big.