Sally

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  1. My husband and I dated for about a year and a half before getting engaged. Then we were only engaged six months before getting married. We will be celebrating our two year wedding anniversary this summer!
  2. Congratulations! "The best things in life are worth waiting for"
  3. It all depends on what church you want to marry in If one partner is Catholic and wants to get married in a Catholic church, other partner must be a baptized Christian. The service runs a little different too, versus both partners being Catholic. My husband and I married in a Methodist church. As long as we were two Christians, we could marry there. Ultimately, I think this question is dependent on each person's personal faith. My parents were raised one Catholic, one Presbyterian. My husband's parents were both raised differently also. To me, it is all about what is right for you and what makes the most sense for you.
  4. Intimate (emotionally and physically), special, emotional, exciting....
  5. Being married and practicing NFP, I would say that there are things you can do to "fix the situation". Are you creating an environment where she feels "in the mood"? Do you both communiate about when you feel "in the mood", what you like, etc.? If you feel like she is refusing, you should also be able to talk about it....most likely for women, refusal toward sex isn't about the guy, it's about the kids, stress, sleep, etc. Some effort may need to take place for "it" to happen more often....
  6. A/S/L (Age/Sex/Location) 24, Female, United States Did your parents raise you with a specific religion? If so, which one, and do you still practice it? Yes, Catholicism. I still practice Christianity, but I do not follow all facets of Catholicism. (i.e. Feast Days of Saints, praying to Mary or Saints, etc.) ( What is your day job? I'm a teacher's assistant What is your realistic dream job? Teach my own classroom of 5th or 6th graders What is your fantasy dream job? To only teach social studies and language arts What's your college major and/or what's your degree in? Middle Childhood Education, Social Studies and Science If you could only watch 5 movies for the rest of your life, which movies would you pick? 1. Little Women 2. Pride & Prejudice 3. The Day After Tomorrow 4. The Giver 5. Safe Haven
  7. Sounds like a really good guy I met my husband on here, and on our first date we held hands. That's hard to compare to though, because we had been talking for a few months and then finally met in person. (Our first date) We did end up kissing on our second-however each of our dates were weeks apart, and I didn't know the next time I'd see him again. I agree with Bethreny about you possibly having to initiate to hold hands. You initiating that is not a big deal, and may help him relax/feel more comfortable. I'd let him make the move for the first kiss though.
  8. http://madeinhisimage.org/choose-wait/
  9. I went to a wedding in 2013 in which the couple were waiters. Otherwise, I don't know anyone who has made it to the altar....they are waiting now and either in a relationship or single.
  10. http://tolovehonorandvacuum.com/2012/04/why-god-wants-us-to-wait-until-marriage-for-sex/
  11. http://madeinhisimage.org/24-year-old-virgin/
  12. Is this a typical player line?

    Creeper! LOL The only person I would ever find appropriate to say that is a parent or teacher!
  13. Should Men Give Up Porn?

    I agree completely-the best thing for your physical/emomtional/spiritual relationship with your wife is to not use porn. Women are more mentally and emotionally wired when it comes to sex, so any possibility of comparison, or preference for porn over her will damage your relationship.
  14. Suggest Celebrities

    Some of these are repeats, and some are not true waiters til marriage, but some are "born again" or waited with second spouse. http://www.rantlifestyle.com/2014/05/21/20-celebrities-who-waited-until-marriage/?utm_source=Outbrain&utm_medium=referral&utm_term=Title2
  15. Men and women can be very different My husband does not complain if "activities" get in the way of something getting done