sábado, 8 de junio de 2013


El profesor Thomas Lickona, psicólogo estadounidense nos enumera estas 10 recompensas que los estudios han descubierto en la decisión de esperar hasta el matrimonio para iniciar la actividad sexual:

"It’s important to know about the emotional dangers of premature sex, but it’s equally important to be able to identify the benefits of saving sex for a truly committed love relationship. Here are ten rewards of waiting:

1. Waiting will make your relationships better because you’ll spend more time getting to know each other.

2. Waiting will increase your self-respect.

3. Waiting will gain you respect for having the courage of your convictions.

4. Waiting will teach you to respect other people—you won’t tempt or pressure them.

5. Waiting takes the pressure off you.

6. Waiting means a clear conscience (no guilt) and peace of mind (no conflicts, no regrets).

7. Waiting will help you find the right mate—someone who values you for the person you are.

8. Waiting means a better sexual relationship in marriage—free of comparisons and based on trust. By waiting, you’re being faithful to your spouse even before you meet him or her.

9. By practicing the virtues involved in waiting—such as faithfulness, good judgment, self-control, modesty, and genuine respect for self and others—you’re developing the kind of character that will make you a good marriage partner.

10. By becoming a person of character yourself, you’ll be able to attract a person of character—the kind of person you’d like to marry and to have as the father or mother of your children."

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