Long distance relationships can be tough to manage; the pressures and temptations that come along can be a hinderance to maintaining a healthy connection. Add inexperience with a heaping spoonful of immaturity (for those who are still in college/early 20’s) and you have a recipe for disaster (in most cases). This episode Krystal and Christina share some of their early long distance dating woes.
There are periods of time where God doesn’t say much to you, nothing monumental is happening in your life… things are “okay” but you still haven’t reached your ultimate goal. This week Krystal and Christina discuss what waiting looks/feels like, and ways to combat falling into unhealthy habits.
You’ve met a great guy. He’s charming, confident, and seems absolutely smitten by you; if you’re being honest, you’re smitten by him too! There’s just one problem, he is fresh out of a long-term relationship.
If you’re dating a man (or woman) who is new on the market, you are in a high-risk position for heartbreak. This week Krystal and Christina share some signs to look for when determining if you are in fact, the “rebound”.
Statistics show that as generations continue to grow older people are waiting until they are much older to get married if they get married at all. Many adults opt to cohabitate for the “benefits” i.e convenient sex and splitting the cost of expenses. This seems beneficial and easy enough since it appears to meet the needs of those involved, but at what cost? This week Krystal and Christina discuss marriage and what it means for this generation.
Sex sells! The sex industry makes around $150 billion dollars a year by doing everything from human trafficking, prostitution, to campaign ads in commercials we see on the day to day basis. People have been so exposed to sex that when offensive content is depicted without warning people typically go unoffended; they have become accustomed to the lifestyle. This week Krystal and Christina dive into the harsh realities surrounding the present state of sex, and how its represented in our culture.