If you have a girlfriend now and feel that way, think of how much stronger that feeling will be with your wife someday. That's what I mean by "sex killed my best relationships." People can relate on many different levels -- emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually.But when my girlfriend and I started relating mostly physically, it short-circuited the other parts of our relationship.I've seen this happen with countless relationships, not just others of my own, but those of many other people.And I think there's a reason for this, which I'll explain next.For me, two things happened once I had sex with a girl.As I look back on it, I can say that they happened literally every time, although I was unaware of these dynamics at the time.Here's what I mean: most of the girls I've been with are now married to other men.When I put myself in the shoes of those men, I wish that I hadn't done what I've done. Would I want some guy like me taking advantage of her? They're someone else's future wife, someone else's daughter, sister, etc.
Sex is a mysterious thing that causes a deep bond between people, even if we call it "casual." The problem is this: the more I bond with other girls, the less I'll be able to bond with my future wife.Something I've discovered is that, when you honor a woman, you are honoring yourself. Because someday you will have regret, and the regret will last much longer than the pleasure.In the movie best interest), you honor yourself and insure that you will have no long-lasting regrets to live with.That's something you won't see on TV or in the movies, but it happens a lot. The "love hangover" was a strange occurrence for me.Mainly because when I was in college, sex was my "god." As a male, it's what I thought about morning, noon and night. If you have, you should stop and consider, "Why is that?As a result, the relationship as a whole started to go south.