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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Do You Approve of Flirting?

Do you approve of flirting with a person you find very attractive and irresistible? If you are already married or engaged, do you feel any guilt when you flirt with the opposite sex? Please explain your answer.

Tags: Flirt, Flirtatious, Flings, Crushes, Infatuation, Attraction, Irresistible, Animal Magnetism, Magnificent Obssession

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla


Anonymous said...

6 years ago my answer would have been - a little of it is cute but too much is off. but now, flirting with your beloved is sweet. flirting with another person is off. i think it's just a matter of putting things in their proper perspective to avoid any... you know... mess.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi sis Pia,
I know what you mean. Being faithful to one's spouse is what God wants from His children. Thanks for your valued viewpoint. God bless you always.

bingkee said...

I don't think flirting is good when you're married. It's only okay when you're single trying to get to know the person you like or attracted to.

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Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Bingkee,
Thanks for your visit and comments. Yes, I already visited that site and left a comment for you. I think you are ahead of the other contenders in terms of the number of comments to your post. I hope you win the award. Thanks again and God bless you always.

Kate said...

Flirting when you're married? Hell no! That's definitely the second phase of adultery which follows after inappropriate thoughts.

Wendy Lopez-Redaon said...

I know my hubby wouldn't like it if I flirt. I wouldn't like it either if he does. I remember the Bible saying if you look at a woman/man lustfully that's already adultery. so its wrong in all levels!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Kate,
Yes, that's probably the stand of most married women. Thanks for your visit and wonderful comments. God bless.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Wendy,
Yes, for Christians that's already a sin of the mind. Flirting can lead to something more serious like a one night stand. Thanks for your visit and inspired viewpoint. God bless you always.