I Do Not Like That


This is the fourth subject in my look at ways we are expressing poor mental health in everyday life.  This one deals with sex, but won’t be graphic.

In his book “The Road Less Traveled” (Which is one of my all-time favorite books!) M. Scott Peck says this:

  • Mental health is a commitment to reality at all times.

Nowhere in our everyday mental health life is this truer than in our handling of sexual issues within committed relationships – in my opinion.

How real are we in the sexual part of our committed relationships?

Let me state, as a pastor, that there is only one form of committed relationship that allows a human to engage in sexual activity, that is a monogamous marriage between a man and a woman.  I will also acknowledge that there are other forms of committed relationships that have sexual engagement as a normal part of…

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