Ensuring a girl that is not ready for sex

Duration: 14min 33sec Views: 502 Submitted: 07.03.2019
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How do I handle this? Your situation is one many young women struggle with. They are trying to figure out how they feel about their guy, what their relationship is, and where it might go. Here are a few questions for you to think about. There are several things to factor in as you evaluate your relationship.

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How to Tell Someone You’re Not Ready to Have Sex: Therapist Guidance

Some weeks ago I met a girl at work whom I found instantly attractive. I got her number and, after another random meeting at work, started messaging her the next two weeks, during a holiday trip she took. What started as simply making sure that my interest was noticed so that we could maybe meet after her holidays turned quickly into daily conversations, and soon after into hardcore flirting by both of us. She proposed to meet the day after she was back, and ended up spending about 10 hours together, from the early afternoon until after midnight. Everything felt natural and clicked, the sexual tension was palpable, and before the date was over we were making out passionately. All in all a wonderful experience.

Ask Dr. NerdLove: What Does “Not Ready For A Relationship” REALLY Mean?

Whether having sex for the first time, with a new partner, or simply not feeling ready, a person's decision not to have sex should always be respected by his or her partner. Therefore, it is import to understand when your partner is ready or not ready to engage in sexual intercourse. Understanding the various signs, whether implicit or explicit, is an important step towards maturity and respect towards a potential sexual partner. In the end, only you can decide whether you are ready to have sex or not. Don't rush or pressure a partner into having sex before they are ready.
Whether you've never had sex at all, or you're considering having sex with a new partner, there are a few things you may want to consider. Many of us are unfortunately under-educated or misinformed about sex because of the poor curriculums at most schools, making it all the more difficult to gauge when would be a healthy time to consider taking this intimate step. The fact is, so much goes into the decision: the timing, the location, your mental state, and most importantly: the person you're planning to do it with. Obviously this is all a lot to consider and things don't always go as planned — hence why we have an entire post dedicated to girls sharing what they wish they'd known before having sex for the first time.