I'm confused I barely think of my first love anymore but when people say I never forget about my first love, do they think about them all the time even when married? What about during sex? Do you think of them wishing it was them?
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It is true. You never forget your first love, your first kis, and never, ever forget the first time you have sex and lose your virginity. Your entire world changes after that. it is a major event most people want to minimize because they squandered it.
Ideally, a young man should find a young woman, someone he has known perhaps all of his life, act on his feelings of love and affection towards her, spend all of his free time with her, talking, bonding, as friends. Soon, they become best friends. He knows her family, and she knows his.
They do everything together... but they have not so much as kissed pasionately, because they can ignite a fire that leads to sex. Yes, that's right, open mouth kissing is an invitation to sex.
When he has known her long enough to understand that he no longer can live without her, that he loves her as he has never loved anything on this world, when it is more than a feeling but an actual realization that stems back for years of memories with her, he begins cementing in his heart that she will be his.
He sells belongins, works hard, saves up, and buys her a ring that is worth more than anything he has ever owned. He shows her, if he loses everything in this life, if he has her, he is still a wealthy man.
One day, perhaps during dinner and eating at a restaurant, he waits until she is finished, he drops down on one knee, lowiering his position to her, acknowledging her great value and worth, and his dependency on her to feel like a man, like he is loved, he asks her if she will marry him.
If she says yes, they eventually become married, exhanging vows... Yes, vows, an oath, promises that cannot be broken outside of infidelity in Gods eyes, before God Himself, that they will cherish one another for the rest of their lives.
On that night she undresses for him, and he sees her physical beauty. He enters her, and she receives him, their bonding, their love, finally cemented forever.2