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We must learn how to say "no" to our sexual desires even if it's unpopular and difficult. Jessica Mc Cleese of the Krist Samaritan Center in Houston, Texas.
She has studied Christian sex therapy for the last four years. Mc Cleese noted that much of our issue with managing desire is that we've made our desires too important.
Set your boundaries, discuss them with one another and stick to them no matter what.Yet, at the same time, I knew couples who did it right.They met, fell in love, dated and waited until they were married to have sex.Passion can build inside of you much like stress or tension can, and it's important to control that passion before it controls you.For some that means avoiding sexually charged movies, books, television and anything else that puts you in the mood.We're a generation that's almost marked by a lack of self-discipline.We spend too much, we eat too much and it seems as though our sexual appetites have no limits.When our sexual selves are the focus, we lose who we are as whole people.If we can learn to see ourselves body, soul and spirit, it becomes easier to save your whole self for marriage," she says.So, sexual desire is a big deal to us, because it was first a big deal to God.It is a gift, but it needs to be , which is exactly where we're having trouble today.