I had written her a letter expressing my feelings, but the idea of "not being ready" was still there.However, later when I was struggling with breaking up the relationship with my current girlfriend because I felt as though I was mentally cheating on her because of my affection and desire for another, I received an email from the original girl which basically said "who knows what the future holds." This fit quite strongly with my current dilemma of wanting to break up with my current girlfriend because of unresolved feelings for another.That lead me to venture back to looking and find a girl who seemed great.Needless to say after dating this girl for several months and not doing improper, I realized that I was still pretty much obsessed with the girl who was not ready to date at the time.Why is it a problem now that he's your boyfriend? I can see how you might not have thought much about his sexual past until you started developing deeper feelings for the guy, but that doesn't make your issue with him any less unreasonable.
Let's take a look "For the married woman is bound by law to her husband while he is living; but if her husband dies, she is released from the law concerning the husband.
by Matt Slick3/12/15 It is not automatically wrong for a Christian to marry a non-virgin. First of all, the Bible does not say that it is wrong to marry a non-virgin.
Second, let's say that a man and a woman are married and have children and the husband dies. It would not be a sin for a man to marry her in that case simply because she was not a virgin.
Q: I'm a virgin but my boyfriend isn't and that really bothers me.
We've talked about it a few times and it definitely helped, but I still can't get over the pain of imagining him with her. (And please don't tell me to just sleep with him because it might make me feel better about it.)I'm confused.