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I don’t know that we’d agree on much now), we should wait for sex because waiting builds friendship, because “physical boundaries speak to the value you place on your sexuality,” because relationships should be about wholeness–not just happiness, and because we need to practice managing our lust.
Millennials’ median marriage age is also the highest of any group in modern history — 29 for men and 27 for women.
Though most unmarried Millennials (69 percent) say they’d like to marry, they’re not in a hurry.
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When you visit my grandparents in the nursing home, I don't care what style of worship music you listen to.
I’d worn the silver rings, made the pledges, condescended to the teenage mothers, read the Joshua Harris books, and all the other lovely rituals that seem to be involved in that movement.