Most Helpful Guy
What's there to "get over"? Are you saying you were never curious about another girl. Everyone at some point in their lives has had thoughts, desire to try or has tried it in some way, male or female. If they say they haven't then they are lying to you and themselves. It is a natural thing in human development and there is nothiing for you to get over. Reassure him that there is nothing wrong as far as you are concerned and be open for hom to talk to you. By being open for each other you will build a much stronger and healthier connection which will lead to a better relationship. case your wondering how I know I have a B. S. in Applied Developmental Psychology and finishing up my Master in Social Work to be a LCMSW, Licensed therapist.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Quite honestly.. There's not a problem here :/
Other than your boyfriend feeling guilty over something that he really doesn't need to feel guilty over.. (Other than the loss of a friend of course)..
This sort of stuff just happens ya know? And it's not like this is anything recent.. This happened two years ago! So it really shouldn't be having this much of an effect on him now as it seems to be having.. I can understand you feeling somewhat upset over not being his first.. But it's really not that big of a deal.
If you two truly loved each other you'd realize that this is not anything that should be enough of a problem to damage your relationship. What's in the past is in the past.. Especially that far back! That's what.. Freshman year? Maybe sophomore? I mean.. Everyone is ritzy at that age and he was also drunk! It's one thing if this happened recently.. But it hasn't. So I hope you guys can resolve this issue and move on. And I hope this helps :)1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE