Wednesday 28 June 2017

Value of loyalty and respect

'In today’s world I understand that single people may experiment more with sex than they did years ago but I feel that once they are in a relationship they would try to uphold the values of loyalty and respect.' (depositphotos)
'In today’s world I understand that single people may experiment more with sex than they did years ago but I feel that once they are in a relationship they would try to uphold the values of loyalty and respect.' (depositphotos)
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Sir —  Reading Dr. Ciara Kelly’s article (Living, Sunday Independent, October 2) made us all look like a nation of rabbits. The facts and figures she gave on sexual activity and porn represent I believe a small minority.

Most moral people do not behave as she stated in her article and if they do most have stooped to the level of animals with no self control or rules. There are still a lot of good people out there who like their parents are strong and true to their partners and keep their families together. Young girls also who have their babies and raise them alone to be responsible adults are to be applauded. Drink and drugs play a big part in the society we live in today and cause a lot of good people to fall by the wayside.

In today’s world I understand that single people may experiment more with sex than they did years ago but I feel that once they are in a relationship they would try to uphold the values of loyalty and respect. I think that these values are not something that should be left behind in today’s modern dating world.

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