Kate is a psychologist and couples therapist, specialized in the field of marriage preparation.Her personal experiences in this field are 14 years of marriage and three children.Due to their point of view, many younger Baha’i youths are now in a relationship and their parents seem OK with the outcome.
"The true marriage of Bahá'í is this, that husband and wife should be united both physically and spiritually, that they may ever improve the spiritual life of each other, and may enjoy everlasting unity throughout all the worlds of God.
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In that time many couples have married and we now also have children born from these unions.
Currently we have over 20000 members from more than 100 countries!2) What do the writings say about kissing or making out with your respective girlfriend or boyfriend?The reason I am asking about the following questions is because I have come across several elderly active Baha’i youths who have mentioned that it is OK to have a (normal society-like) relationship, because apparently the Baha’i writings does not clarify this matter.There is a pilgrims note that I'm sure most people have read from the guardian on easy familiarity, and embracing one another.That is, hugging the opposite sex, and it not being allowed, but alas, it's a pilgrims note.She has studied marriages and their dynamics for many years, both from a Baha'i perspective and from a scientific point of view and is fascinated by this most unique human relationship and its potential to transform people, families and society.