ANR women are very affectionate. Touch is usually the love language they speak most fluently. Their nerves work very well, to God’s glory. They tend to have sensitive and responsive skin and could cuddle from sunrise to sunset. They can’t keep their hands off people they adore and generally view sex not as a chore but as the pleasurable bonding act it’s meant to be.
People love touching me during conversations. Soothing and sweet are adjectives that have been used to describe me, and I am an indulgent* person. No matter how late I’m running, I have a bad habit of spending an extra minute in a perfect-temperature shower. ‘Feel good’ could be my middle name.
Yes, you know I have to do it again. I’m simply incapable of publishing a potentially sinful post without a warning. The Bible often warns against sensuality. I don’t think all Christians see eye-to-eye on its definition, nevertheless, we can agree on the need to exercise caution. We’re warned to avoid even a hint of sexual immorality, which is difficult considering the subject of this blog, but a battle well worth fighting for God’s glory and our good. And obviously, as with women who are well-endowed, we can perceive tactility and affectionate tendencies with all purity, without exposing ourselves to lust. We need not be physically intimate with an affectionate person to realize this trait, because they instinctively speak their love language when around other people and pets.
Now the majority of the ANR-loving woman’s characteristics have been disclosed. Next Monday, I’ll be revealing one of the most biblically noble ones. See you then, Lord willing.
*1 Timothy 5:6: “But she who is self-indulgent is dead even while she lives.” Occasional indulgence isn’t sin. The problem is self.