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I’ve heard many questions and concerns surrounding the topic (or rather, fear) of leading someone on, or frustration at the feeling of being led on. So here is my response:
1. Generally, “leading someone on” is an element of an ambiguous relationship, where there really isn’t a clear definition of the relationship, often leading to confusion.
2. Usually, it’s people with impure motives who do most of the “leading on” (and, chances are, they probably aren’t actually watching this video right now).
3. If you are kind and genuine with other people, there’s a reality that someone may fall for you. But, if the feelings are not mutual, it doesn’t mean you have to conclude that you were “leading them on.” Let your reputation speak for you.
This and more* in my video response.
From my genuine-loving heart,
Have you ever been accused of “leading someone on”? How did you respond?
What are some ways we, as Christian men and women, can build up and protect each other’s reputations?
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