What is Abstinence?
Abstinence means to abstain or avoid something, in this case, sexual activity.
Sexual Abstinence protects young people from physical and emotional short and long-term adverse effects of promiscuous sex outside monogamy. It also teaches self-discipline, patience, and the ability to wait for something desired in order to achieve future goals. This helps to protect young people from the social and moral erosion of self-centeredness and immediate gratification.
This section includes many illustrative studies on these points. It also provides insight to learn how we can respond to help our young people stay afloat in the sex-saturated world society in which we live today.
Lesson plans, demonstrations, and instructive avoidance skills are included for those who want to help young people learn why their sexuality is important, and how to protect it.
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