Waiting means better sex

I’m not making this stuff up! Waiting until marriage for sex will mean better sex in your marriage. It’s really pretty simple. It goes like this: If a couple waits until marriage to have sex, she will have more trust in him and he will have more respect for her. The benefit is better sex.

One thing I’ve learned is if a girl doesn’t trust a guy, she doesn’t want to give herself entirely to him. Deep down, she doesn’t really enjoy being with him.

It might look like this before a couple gets married, The girl uses sex to get love and the guy uses love to get sex. The girl does this to hold on to the guy and the relationship and the guy does it because he wants sex even more than the relationship itself.

Then after the marriage, the woman has what she wants: a commitment from the man. So she doesn‘t need to use sex to get him anymore. And because she may be holding on to feelings of resentment because he had sex with her before they were married, she is now not interested in sex. And the guy, who doesn’t treasure his wife because of the sex before marriage, still wants sex but not as a total bonding experience with his wife. It’s just sex, which she figures out. So there is a lousy sex life in the marriage.

There’s only one way I know to get around this. Wait for marriage to have sex. By doing so, the man will respect his wife more and the woman will have more trust in her husband. Consequently, they’ll have better and more frequent sex because they respect each other more and love each other more deeply.