(Leviticus , ) A man is not allowed to have sexual relations with a woman—including his wife—during and after her menstrual period (Leviticus ), until after she undergoes the proper cleansing procedures in a mikveh. Sexual relation with certain close relations are forbidden.
Though they are generally called incestuous relations, the biblical list does not necessarily correspond to those prohibited under state laws.
Anything beyond holding hands/kissing is going to be too tempting and violate your pact to be abstinent.
Like those that choose the “No Dating” method, people in this category can be driven and deeply spiritual. They can keep one foot planted in their own personal goals and ambitions, while keeping up a pleasant romantic relationship and not wanting too much more.
Some of these prohibitions are biblical, and some are rabbinical. Orthodox Judaism interprets (Leviticus ) as forbidding men from lying with other men in the manner in which they would with a woman, and calls it an abomination.
God has somebody perfect in mind for you, and you will recognize that person when you meet them.
It depends on the immigration status of your spouse.