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  • 1. Mature Character 2. Loving Relationships & Family 3. Contribution to Society
  • 1. Time of maturing of character for marriage and parenthood. 2. Springtime of life for youth. Youth Idealistic, sensitive, romantic and passionate. Need guidance and protection
  • 1. Emphasis on receiving 2. Focus on external traits 3. Starts and ends quickly 4. Separation and time weaken partner’s bond 1. Emphasis on giving 2. Focus on internal traits 3. Grows steadily 4. Separation and time deepen partner’s bond
  • Romance by itself Insufficient foundation for the enduring love needed to sustain marriages and families
  • 1. Psychological damage and problems for future marriage can afflict either men or women Even if disease and pregnancy are prevented Can have lifelong impact
  • Temptation of Sexual Love
  • 1. Regret 2. Heartbreak 3. Guilt and shame 4. Stunted personal growth 5. Loss of self-respect 6. Fear of commitment Source: Thomas Lickona,“The Neglected Heart,” American Educator, 1994
  • 7. Anxiety over possible pregnancy and disease 8. Rage over betrayal 9. Corruption ofcharacter 10. Depression and suicide Source: Thomas Lickona, “The Neglected Heart,” American Educator, 1994
  • 1. Practice loyalty, cooperation, support and honesty 2. Make friends with various people of good character Different personalities Elder and younger Male and female
  • 1. Stimulates selfishness 2. Creates possessiveness 3. Inhibits communication
  • 1. Relate to them as siblings or close relatives 2. Respect gender qualities Within family and friends Show modesty in attitude and appearance
  • 1. As preparation for possible marriage 2. To select a better marriage partner
  • 1. If married later, greater likelihood of divorce 2. Increased conflict and poorer communication 3. Greater risk of violence to women 7 times the risk of assault by boy friends than by husbands Source: National Crime Victimization Survey, US Department of Justice, 1992
  • Normal & healthy Controlling it is normal & healthy
  • 1. Greatest gift to show sincerity 2. Freedom to learn the art of loving together 3. Freedom from comparisons to past lovers 4. Less chance of divorce 5. Training for fidelity
  • Source of pride, joy, and emotional security
  • Sexual Attractiveness
  • 1. Caring 2. Honesty 3. Trust 4. Fidelity 5. Commitment 6. Sense of sacrifice 7. Sexual satisfaction
  • 1. Strengthen personal integrity 2. Practice filial piety 3. Cultivate respect and appreciation for the opposite sex 4. Practice being a true friend 5. Deepen the heart through service 6. Maintain sexual purity
  • Love and honor one’s parents Cultivation of loyalty Springboard to all forms of love
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    • 1. The Consequences ofthe Sexual Revolution © 2002 International Educational Foundation IEF is responsible for the content of this presentation only if it has not been altered from the original. © IEF 1
    • 2. The SexualRevolution  Abandoned traditional sexual constraints  Contributed to grave health and social problems © IEF 2
    • 3. 1950s SexuallyTransmitted Diseases  Syphilis  Gonorrhea © IEF 3
    • 4. 1990s Sexually Transmitted Diseases  Salmonellosis Genital Herpes  Molluscum Contagiosum  Syphilis Hepatitis A & B   Chlamydia  Shigellosis  Human  Chancroid Papilloma  Lymphogranuloma Virus Venereum  Human  Amebiasis Ureaplasmal  Gonorrhea Infections Immunodeficiency Virus  Giardiasis  Granuloma  Cytomegalovirus Inguinale  Campylobacter © IEF 4
    • 5. Soaring Increase in HIV Infection Worldwide 45 MillionHIV EstimatInfectio ednsWorldwide 1980 2000Mi l l i o n s Sour Word Heal Or ce: l th ganization © IEF 5
    • 6. HIV Transmission —Mainly Through Sex Primary -  Sex with infected partner Secondary  Sharing drug needles  Receiving contaminated blood  Birth to infected mother © IEF 6
    • 7. Stages of HIVInfection NoSymptomsSymptoms AIDSHIV infectedDeath After 5 years After 10 years © IEF 7
    • 8. Personal & SocialProblems Linked to SexOutside Marriage Psychologic Social al Harm Problems Sex Outside MarriagePresent even if diseases and pregnancy prevented © IEF 8
    • 9. AdolescentsDevelopmentallyUnprepared for Sex Unable to connect sex with love J Piaget ean Unable to think in terms of the future Lawrence Kohl g ber Sex before the heart is developed leads to problems with intimacy later © IEF 9
    • 10. Psychological Harmfrom Premarital Sex  Heartbreak & regret  Guilt & shame  Stunted development  Fear of commitment Sour Thomas Lickona, ce: © IEF 10
    • 11. Psychological Harmfrom Premarital Sex  Corruption of character  Rage  Depression & suicide Sour Thomas Lickona, ce: Amer ican Educator, The Neglected Heart, 1 994© IEF 11
    • 12. Culture of UncommittedSex Children’ s innocence lost © IEF 12
    • 13. Behavioral Risks ofSexually Active GirlsRisks of non-virginal girls versus virgins, age12-16 years 50 45 Virgin 40 Non-V irgin 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Attempted Leaving Arrested by Marijuana Suicide School Police Use Sour Pediatrics, Feb 1 991 ce: © IEF 13
    • 14. Culture of UncommittedSex Female more vulnerable  Pressured to consent  Body focus  No support for modesty © IEF 14
    • 15. Future MaritalProblemsfrom Premarital Sex  Comparisons to past partners  Infidelity  STDs  Tendency towards © IEF 15
    • 16. Social Problems Linked toSex Outside Marriage  Pornography  Prostitution  Rape  Children born out of wedlock  Domestic violence  Family © IEF 16
    • 17. Limitation ofTraditional Marriage  Sexual ignorance  Double standard  Marriages tolerated © IEF 17
    • 18. PhilosophicalUnderpinningsof the Sexual Revolution Freud —  Sex drive as strongest motive  Sexual repression as source of mental illness Sigmund Freud (1 856-1 939) founderof psychoanalysis © IEF 18
    • 19. PhilosophicalUnderpinningsof the Sexual Revolution Kinsey —  Need for frequent sexual outlets  Moral neutrality regarding sex  Illicit sex widespread Al ed Kinsey (1 894-1 956) fr - Sex Researcher © IEF 19
    • 20. Kinsey Report —Biased  30% of the sample were prisoners and prostitutes  Statistics misinterpreted  Did illegal research on the sexuality of children S o u r c e : J u d i th A. R e i s m a n , P h . D, Soft Porn Plays © IEF 20 Hardball, 1991
    • 21. PhilosophicalUnderpinningsof the SexualRevolutionHefner —  Recreational sex, pornography and masturbation glamorized  Morality as mutual consent  Marriage and parenthood restrict freedom © IEF 21 Hu g h He f n e r (1 9 2 6 -), F o u n d e r
    • 22. Casual SexCelebrated byRock ‘ N’ Roll © IEF 22
    • 23. Sexually Permissive IdeasGo Mainstream  Sexual desire is uncontrollable  Sexual restraint is unhealthy  Sex outside marriage is normal © IEF 23
    • 24. Culture ofUncommitted Sex Encourages immature tendency toward predatory sex  Males and females use each other © IEF 24

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