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'I Kissed Dating Goodbye' author: How and why I've rethought dating and purity culture
I’m still glad I kissed dating goodbye - The Christian Post
These are books that shifted my perspective about I Kissed Dating Goodbye. These reflections capture my process of rethinking and ultimately disavowing that book. I help businesses and non-profit organizations find their voice and communicate their message. In high school, I fell in love with words while publishing a magazine for teenagers. My first book was published when I was twenty-one and became a best-seller for more about that journey, read this statement about my book. Later as a preacher I practiced translating ancient, often complex concepts into language people would understand and remember.
I Kissed Dating Goodbye
In addition to this question, some readers have told me the book harmed them. Two years ago I began a process of re-evaluating the book. This included inviting people to share their stories with me on my website, personal phone calls with readers, an in-depth study of issues surrounding my book overseen by one of my graduate school professors, and finally, creating a documentary film that captured the conversations with people who were reshaping my thinking.
In fact, they are so adorable they are annoying. Sure, they are too perfect to say it outright, they always religiously maintain that facade of sweetness, but they often have the easy answers that often betray their true cluelessness. They themselves successful because of their endearing charm and connections which to them meant divine favor whereas my own inability to navigate was to be taken equally as a sign. Apparently they worship the God of circumstances, one that absolved them of any responsibility to help those less fortunate—other than to offer some words of encouragement and advice. Likewise, the advice of those who heap a burden on the shoulders of others and yet are unwilling to lift a finger to help Matt.