How Far is Too Far?
My question is how far is too far in a relationship, that is not marriage? Should it not go past kissing? Or is it ok to show more affection than that? Also If you are married, do all the actions restricted while dating suddenly become ok?! PART I - How far is too far is really the wrong question.Full Story
Since: Jan 13
#1 May 19, 2013
Ultimately, being married is just a rock and piece of paper added your relationship. Being married really shouldn't changed the way you feel about someone, but only solidify the long term commitment you have with someone. People need to know who it is they are committing the rest of their lives to. Couples should know, 100%, without a doubt, this is the person for me. This included doing everything. The idea of only kissing or minor sexual activities being "allowed" before marriage is absolutely insane. Couples need to be fully compatible together on every level, including sexually. It is pretty stupid to realize after you are married to find out that your spouse is not sexually in tune with you. This leads to people being unhappy, can lead to cheating, divorce or what ever. Not fair for either party involved, or kids later on. If this is some kind of religious thing, you need to get with the times. People having sex before marriage doesn't make anyone a sinner. I don't even want to go there!!!
#2 May 19, 2013
Good answer dash.
From my point I have only ever been with hubby.
Am now feeling have missed out on sexual experience with other men an am now thinking what if?
Real hard time for me at the moment as contemplating sex with another guy!
So u need to be sure your self what's right for u and just do it!
Since: Feb 13
#3 May 19, 2013
If you truly believe marriage is a rock, a piece of paper and sexual compatibility, you have an empty life ahead of you indeed. More so when your wife decides to hand you back your rock and paper after discovering she found someone more sexually compatible. How you say? The same way she found you. It's all relative in the end if all that matters is the outcome. A partner who will see to you in sickness and in health outweighs anything in the bedroom, but you won't see that until it finally becomes important. Guess that's why it was in the wedding vows and not "make sure sex is smoking".
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