In other words, it doesn't get any easier, so now is the time to learn how to deal with it. What your guy did and who he did it with before you came along is irrelevant to your relationship, so don't waste another second thinking about it or even talking about it with him.
I would never suggest you address the issue by sleeping with him. He did nothing wrong and you're making yourself miserable.
So I did in fact break off one relationship to explore the one which seemed like a fairy tale in my imagination.
After several months of dating we had fleetingly talked about getting married sooner, rather than later.
The older you get, the fewer virgins you will find to date.
Most guys you go out with from now on will have a sexual history, and most will have had more than just one partner before you.
I was not shocked when they broke up though, because she had confessed to me their biggest problem: He would not let go of the fact that she was not a virgin.
In college, hanging out in my dorm, my Campus Crusade for Christ leader was telling us about how terrified she was on her wedding night.
My mom's recommendations usually fall on deaf ears, but this time I was able to find this girl on Facebook and she seemed too good to be true, so when she commented on a post of mine, my heart was off to the races, and we were quickly chatting incessantly.
However, when the time came to go on a date she said she was not ready to date again, which lead me to believe she was not interested in me.
She is not an adulterous because she's free from the law.
Furthermore, there is nothing in the context that says it would be wrong for a man to marry her.