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When Teens Get Caught Up in Sexual Promiscuity.

Established in 1993, River View Christian Academy’s purpose is to provide a safe, structured, and supportive setting for struggling teenage girls, 12-17 years old. River View encourages positive change in girl students who have struggled academically due to negative influences and lack of setting personal, sexual boundaries.

River View is not a residential treatment center, or therapeutic boarding school, but we have found that a structured and caring environment can make an enormous difference in correcting behavioral issues among teenagers. River View understands that parents want to send a girl to a safe, monitored environment where she receives personal care, and guidance that helps heal emotional issues–whether brought on by trauma, foster care, adoption or abuse. 

And while the young teen girl enrolls our residential boarding school to improve her academics and learn positive life skills, River View Christian Academy also helps teen girls struggling with sexual promiscuity learn to set personal boundaries, and improve their mental and physical health. 

Call us to learn more: 1-800-494-2200

Why Teens Become Involved in Sexual Promiscuity

Sexual promiscuity in teens is characterized by or involving indiscriminate mingling or association, especially having sexual relations with several partners on a casual basis. Sex can become an outlet for a struggling teen’s frustration, or the teen might believe that having sex is a demonstration of their partner’s love for them or their love for their partner. Promiscuous sex can be used to punish parents whom the teen believes is trying to control their life or prevent them from transitioning into adulthood. “Allowing a young person to continue to see sex in such an emotional immature and self-destructive manner can lead to an abortion of your child’s future.”

Many teens who are sexually promiscuous put themselves at risk for teenage pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and low self-esteem (especially in girls) and little or no emotional health. Sexual promiscuity might seem like a norm or they might encounter peer pressure and forced to participate because their friends are doing it. 

Teens who feel inadequate, imperfect and unappreciated are more likely to seek out comfort in premarital sex. But those teens who have a life filled with relationships, family traditions, activities, interests and receive consistent love and affirmation are less likely to engage in a desperate search for fulfillment that could lead to unwise premarital sex.

Be aware of these specific risk factors for premarital sex and teens:

  • Intoxication clouds judgment and weakens resistance to promiscuity.

  • A steady boyfriend or girlfriend is another factor that can lead to premarital sex. A strong feeling of exclusivity invites nature to take its course, especially when physical attraction becomes physical expression begins early in a relationship, especially when the boy is two or three years older than the girl. If a teen romance appears to be getting hot and heavy with excessive physical contact, you will need to approach both boy and girl diplomatically but candidly about the physical course they have set into motion.

  • Little parental monitoring, leaving adolescents alone for hours at a time and not requiring accountability is also a setup for premarital sex.

  • If a parent’s belief that premarital sex is appropriate and inevitable, or if you think premarital sex is okay, your teen will, too and will most likely act on that belief.

  • Poor school performance will have an affect on your teen’s perception of premarital sex. While school performance is affected by an assortment of factors, a basic desire to do well in school reflects on a more hopeful outlook towards the future and will bring about an inclination to shun immediate gratification for long-term goals. Teen sex, in contrast, usually reflects ignorance of or little regard for the many consequences associated with premarital sex.

 

River View Helps Struggling Young Girls Improve Choices & Behavior

One of the most important aspects of redirecting a teen girl who is struggling is for her to be in an environment that is structured with a routine schedule that she can count on. We believe in student boundaries in all areas of life. Another reason for our success over 25 years at River View Christian Academy is the high level of involvement of staff and parents.

Located on 45 acres in the beautiful hill country of central Texas,  River View’s girl students are also responsible for garden and animal chores, in addition to school and homework. Of course, there are fun school activities, as well as the amazing parks in the area.

We also provide nutritious meals, and healthy exercise and practical activities. We want each girl student to experience positive benefits of learning personal boundaries and responsibility, as well as improve her daily life in a challenging environment.

If you want to learn more about how we help young girls who struggle with sexual promiscuity make better choices, please call 1-800-494-2200 now.

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