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This group is dedicated to growing relationships through education on dating and marriage, from a scientific and/or Christian perspective. All are welcome to join the group regardless of background or marital status!
(While the founder has a lot of training and experience working with singles and couples, participation in this group does NOT constitute a formal therapy relationship.)

Please note the following rules, terms and conditions:

* While this group promotes the application of both science and Christian teachings, everyone is welcome regardless of their faith persuasions, background, marital status, or sexuality. We love all types of people.
* As we believe that all people are created in God's image, this group supports inclusivity and acceptance of all people rather than exclusion.
* Gender. We empower and elevate women as equals rather than denigrate women (anti-sexism).
* Race. We support racial diversity and equality. People of all ethnicities are equally sacred to God, even though the world does not value all people equally (anti-racism).
* Sexual/gender identity. While we recognize the diversity of strongly-held beliefs in Christianity about homosexuality, we oppose bigotry and homophobia and promote the acceptance of sexual diversity.
* We are body positive while also promoting the importance of maintaining our health. While it's important to take care of our health, being "body positive" means that we do not devalue people who may not fit cultural expectations of an ideal body shape, size or appearance. All bodies are precious.
* This is not a debate group. We do not "police" participant's theology or political views. We do not exclude or denigrate people based on their social identity labels, such as their political party ("Democrat" vs "Republican") or their religious beliefs ("conservative" vs "liberal"). It is okay to disagree with each other. However, members are expected to accept and respect each other's differences.
* This is a social and educational group. This is not therapy and does not constitute a professional client relationship. We should not see any drama among members, and if we do, we may ask you to seek counseling instead.
* You must respect the boundaries of others (their right to say "no") in all interactions with others.

Members who violate these principles may be asked to leave and/or removed from the group.