She would hope that if she gave me enough sexual pleasure, I would realize that she was the girl for me.During those moments, a woman often try her very best to please you during sex in the hope that you will possibly change your mind and commit to her…even if she has done that 10 times over the past few months.I would turn her on and love her in the way that she really wanted in that moment.She would look at me with excitement, hoping that somewhere deep in my mind, I was beginning to change and would only want to be with her.It’s similar to “make up sex” after a break up, but more erotic because she also feels like she is being used for sex…and loves it at the same time.If you’re constantly taking a girl out to expensive restaurants and trying to organize additional dates, then it means that you’re most-likely trying to be her boyfriend.After confirming to a woman that I was indeed seeing other women, I would then usually draw her into me, hug her, start kissing her neck and grabbing her butt at the same time (in other words, begin to lovingly devour her), firmly caressing her all over her body and then have sex with her.Instead of me being pulled into drama and useless conversation about committing, I would use my masculinity to lead her and I out of that conversation and into a more enjoyable emotional state of being.
Lust is often confused with love because it’s so intense and all-consuming.There’s a distinct difference between love and lust.Love tends to develop slowly, over time, as you get to know someone.Dating in the western culture for Christians is so confusing if you ask me. If that’s the case, then shouldn’t I just continue my walk and eventually whoever God has for me will come? I get it, but that is also kind of like saying, “We have to live together before we get married because that’s how I’ll know if I can marry this person”. Is there such a thing as God having “the one” for you, and if so, what’s the use of dating? They would say things like “How do you know what you like and don’t like if you don’t date?
I mean you go from coffee at Starbucks, to Netflix and chillin’.