He did not give me any special attention and I felt hurt because of this. I started to do things that I knew he wanted-anything that would please him. I thought, "If I don't he's going to go somewhere else and I don't want to lose him." Time went on and we ended up going to bed together and doing things that I knew were not right, but I sacrificed my morals to keep him. She thinks if she keeps doing what a guy wants to do, he is going to be crazy about her but it is not true. But I could not bring myself to say "Forgive me Lord" because I knew in the back of my mind I was going to do it again.
I realized at that point that it was mostly a one sided relationship since I started working real hard to make him feel the same way I felt. I was going to do anything I had to do to keep him.
I was very vulnerable because I wanted someone to love me.
Our relationship really did not start off on the right foot because we were trying to impress one another. I tried to cover up hurt feelings when he would do this.
But my emotions were in complete control and my thinking was not clear at all. When we told our parents, they were hurt and disappointed. It's not just a physical act it involves your emotions.
You can truly mess up your emotions by getting involved when you are not ready. An infatuation is the state of being completely carried away by an attraction to someone.
Many are being saved and helped through these simple Bible lessons.
We suggest that you try to do one lesson each week; this will keep your interest in them active.We suggest that you print these lessons and put them in a binder for future studies. A TRUE STORY BY SOMEONE WHO WAS SEEKING LOVE During high school, I dated a lot of guys and I was hurt a lot.I was a very vulnerable girl because I wanted someone to love me. The problem was finding the right person to love and have them appreciate and enjoy my love.Joe and I were having problems in our dating relationship. I tried to stop it, but he just would not accept it. I lived in constant fear he was going to go out and find someone else and he did exactly that.I had evaluated our relationship and to put it bluntly, it stunk! But I thought in the back of my mind, "If we get married, everything is going to be different. He is going to take care of me, and he is going to care for me. You do not change a person no matter how much you try and no matter how much you love them. I did not want to admit it because I wanted our marriage to work. But a month after the baby was born, things slipped back into what they were--him losing his temper, leaving me alone with the baby all the time and me carrying the load, trying to raise a child and support our family.It is something that should he held sacred for marriage. The dictionary calls it "being blindly in love." In other words, you are so carried away by this that you don't know what you are doing.