The decision to remain abstinent can help you achieve many of the goals you have set for yourself. It can keep you on track towards a successful career free of sexually transmitted diseases (STD), pregnancy and worry. It can also mean more time to do the things you already enjoy doing every day.
"Giving Up" - memory game
The Great to Wait "giving up" memory game features pictures of teens just like you enjoying the every day activities they find fun, exciting and worth remaining abstinent for. The object of the game is easy. Click on a card and try to find the card with the matching picture. If you click on an incorrect pair the cards will automatically reset, but make sure you remember what each card’s picture was because somewhere in the deck there is a card that matches exactly! Get as many matches as possible in the fewest amount of tries in order to rack up the most points. When all the cards are turned over you can reset the game and play again to beat your best score!
"Road of Life" - car game
The Great to Wait "Road of life" car game will take you on a high-speed race down a challenging road covered with obstacles you should try your best to avoid. Similar to life, the Great to Wait car game features challenges that may get in the way of your ultimate goal—the finish line. Learning to stay on course and maneuver your way through all the challenges is what will allow you to succeed. To play: simply use your arrow pad to steer your car down the road without hitting other vehicles along the way! If you do, you’ll simply have to start over and try again from the beginning. Once you’ve completed the race you can learn how to create your own road map by checking out the It’s All About You page and start your own personal statement.
How to Say No
One of the most difficult parts of choosing to be sexually abstinent until marriage is learning how to deal with situations where sex is all your friends are talking about. Educating yourself on effective ways to let someone know “you’re just not ready” is the best way to keep your future clear.