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I recently learned that one of my adult friends had not yet had sex. My first reaction was surprise, because I remember how much pressure there was to lose your virginity in my teens — and then I was honestly impressed. Not because I thought it was some sort of moralistic victory for her to have never had sex , but because she had confidently made that choice based on what was best for her despite all the crushing social pressure to make a different one. But mostly, it was really no big deal; the subject changed and we went about our day. However, that was my experience with that conversation, but it may very well have been hard for her to share that with me.
It could be something she choose to keep private before, for whatever reason. And that's not just me saying so — I reached out to experts for their take on why not having sex is nothing to be worried about. Here's what they had to say. Which is why when I asked d marriage and family therapist Nicole Richardson if not having sex yet was something to worry about, her response was clear. No one can love you if you don't love you first! LeslieBeth Wish , d clinical psychotherapist and founder of Love Victory, agrees.
The quick answer is: No. The longer answer is: Still no ," Dr. Wish tells Elite Daily. The same thing goes for when and if you do decide to have sex. You are the sum of your parts. If you feel good about you, you don't have to give anyone the power to make you feel badly about your choices. Some people chose to wait to have sex, and others don't.
Neither of these choices are "better" than the other. What actually matters is making the right choice for you — and whatever you choose is not something to be ashamed of. Ultimately, Dr. Wish says it best in the most simple terms. By Rachel Shatto. Your virginity does not define you. Do what feels right for you. Search Close.Why havent we had sex yet
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