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November 20, 2012
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Don't want her to think I only want sex

Dear Pastor,

I am an 18-year-old and I enjoy reading your column because I learn from it. I live in the U.S. and I met a girl who I have been talking to for three months. She likes me and I like her very much, but it happened that later on her ex-boyfriend and I became friends. I did not know that they went out, and all of a sudden she told me that we can't have any type of communication anymore.

I used to walk this girl to class every day and I didn't have any intimate conversation with her because I didn't want her to think that I am like all the other guys that just wanted sex.

Pastor, please tell me what to do.


Dear A.S.,

Evidently this girl and the man you describe as her ex-boyfriend decided to put away their differences and be good friends again. Whatever might have caused a strain on the relationship was resolved. That's what life is all about. Couples agree to make up all the time, especially if a third party was not involved.

You like this girl. You showed interest in her. But after making up with her old boyfriend, she told you that both of you shouldn't have any form of communication. She knew that that would jeopardise the relationship she is having with her boyfriend.

Don't let that bother you, my friend. "Old fire stick easy to catch." You will find another girl soon.


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