sexual) than is appropriate given the level of commitment in the relationship.Helen is excited about Harry's interest in her, but wants the relationship to develop gradually, rather than she and Harry going too fast and regretting it later.
And to this dark situation, Jesus has brought light and life….She also knows that though he is sincere when he says that he sees a great future for them together, informal commitments – not to mention feelings - can quickly change!However, whilst she thinks they should “go steady” when Harry is not around, sometimes when he is around she thinks it would be very nice to throw caution to the wind.Or has the wonderful day they have shared in each other's company, caused her to lose perspective temporarily? The way might be open for Harry to go “all the way” with his lovely girlfriend! The advice Dr Rickard-Bell has about such a situation depends on his observations about gender differences, which I’ll come to shortly.Whilst his view of gender differences is not unusual, his application of them to dating is unusual.
Meanwhile, there are probably various smaller essays, which I could put here.