I am one of those Christians who grew up in the church, but strayed away at an early age. Before I decided to really accept Christ in my heart and make Christianity my own, I made a lot of mistakes…mainly sexual ones. What should I do?
In the fall ofmy parents were fresh out of a divorce and my dad was already engaged to another woman. I was in school to become an athletic trainer, and got involved with an athlete in a drunken escapade and lost my virginity. I was disciplined by the school, shamed by my classmates, and I even shamed myself.
Want to share yours? I grew up thinking spouses would know every inch of each other, inside and out, backward and forward. When it comes to my past, though, things are a little murkier.
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My boyfriend has been with more people than I can imagine. He feels rather ashamed of his sexual history. He has had sex with friends, married friends, one night stands, and made friends just to have sex with them.
A month or so into our relationship, he sat me down and shed a tear telling me how in love and how certain he was that he wanted to marry me. I am right there, too. One night at a party, he got so angry about my friend and I laughing about this idiot we knew in high school who would whip out his dick and wave it around at us, that he ended up storming out of the party, walking five miles home, screaming at me about my sexual past never happened with the dick-whipper-outer by the wayand then sleeping on the couch.
Honesty is key to a healthy relationship, but how much info is too much? Having someone to talk to and confide in is one of the beautiful perks of being in a relationship. After all, honesty and communication are arguably the most important relationship skills of them all.
I have been married for almost two years. I disclosed everything to my wife before we got married. She wanted to know how many women I had slept with, which was only six. She told me she had only had sex with one man — her boyfriend of four years — and I was her second.
By Sarah Abell. I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend Craig for a year and this problem seems to be bothering me more and more, rather than getting better. I met him when I was 20 and he was actually the first relationship I have ever had.
I 've been with my boyfriend for nearly six months now and we are in a happy and loving relationship. However he often makes negative comments about women who have had a lot of sexual partners. He doesn't know that during a difficult period in my life several years ago, I slept with a lot of men. I feel that by not telling him I am hiding part of myself from him, but should I tell him and risk ruining everything when it's all in the past?