Because when people don’t have it, they really miss it.
“Our world says here and now is the greatest good and making myself happy is paramount.
Biblically, love is about loving the other person and giving to them.” Contemporary consumer culture utilizes media and technology to surround the culture with sex.
Shannon Martin, a young, married mom in Connecticut confides: “Romantic movies make you think your relationship is supposed to be so amazing, passionate and exciting all the time.
My marriage isn’t like that, and sometimes I wonder if something’s wrong.” Adults should be able to tell the difference between over-romanticized love and healthy, realistic love.
Experts are only at the very beginning of understanding how this fast-changing electronic culture will impact human love and relationships in the long term.