Wife is still a virgin
Weddings carry with them a number of anxieties, from the design of the dress to the sinking feeling that you may have made a terrible mistake. Most people that have been married have experienced one, if not more, brief periods of stress. For some people, though, the most anxiety-inducing element is that of the wedding night. The entire planning process comes to a head, and you want to be sure everything goes according to plan. One woman—who had been divorced a whopping 10 times previously—had something important to say to her new husband, who was a lawyer.
After Staying a Virgin Until Marriage, I Couldn't Have Sex With My Husband
Dear Mary: My wife told me she was a virgin when we got married, but she lied - texasamnestyinternational.com
I know how you feel, because I was a virgin on my wedding day, but my wife was not. Like the woman you mentioned, my wife had become a new creation. But it was still a painful challenge to deal with the knowledge of her past. Then, there was the let-down of having waited that long to give myself entirely to someone, and wanting her to share the experience of the wedding night as totally unique. Sound familiar? One reason why these thoughts keep coming to mind for you is probably because you are trying to push them out of your mind without dealing with them. Sweeping them under the rug will allow them to continue bothering you.
Dear Mary: My wife told me she was a virgin when we got married, but she lied
I'm struggling with something lately. Me and my wife are married now for 10 years and have two beautiful kids. We were both raised by Christian families and believed in no sex before marriage. We were married young and we are now in our mid-thirties.
Growing up in a Christian home, I was raised to view my virginity as almost as important as my salvation. I took those warnings to heart. It's difficult to understand if you didn't grow up in the church, but the focus on purity before marriage is so pervasive in many Christian circles that I didn't even question it. Of course I would wait until marriage. How could I think of doing anything else?