Emotional purity in dating
I believe in purity, and think that you should strive to keep pure not only physically but emotionally as well. BUTThere are some dangerous ideas in this book that could be harmful if taken too seriously.I for one would not let my daughter read it without us discussing it heavily together. I agree that the mind is a battlefield, and that thought control is necessary for a person whether single or married, but there's not much practical help here for that.
Learn how to guard your heart and keep it emotionally pure.
Using fictional and real-life examples along with sound biblical advice, author Heather Arnel Paulsen outlines the pitfalls of undefined relationships and presents guidelines for living an emotionally pure life.
Heather Arnel Paulsen is committed to encouraging Christian singles to pursue emotional purity, and she enjoys mentoring and counseling young women. The couple lives in Illinois with their two young children, whom Heather looks forward to homeschooling.
Christian singles often wear their hearts on their sleeves, which can lead to intense, emotionally intimate, male-female "friendships" with no commitment to pursuing marriage.
People may have had several of these "friendships" and still consider themselves pure, but in reality they have given away pieces of their hearts that should be reserved for their future spouses.