Dating someone with a promiscuous past Live freesexchat
If you’re finding it difficult to get past the jealousy, you’re not alone.
The Frisky recently published a piece about a boyfriend who made his girlfriend feel ashamed of her sexual history.
As Christians especially we should be more accepting of others and love one another through their transgressions. I appreciate your heart and your desire for counsel.
No one’s going to say that it’s easy to deal with your partner’s sexual past, especially if it’s more colorful than your own.You say you “feel like I should end it” but “believe I should be able to look through all these issues.” If you find yourself really carrying for this person but don’t feel you could ever look beyond her past, there is no reason you “should” stay together.She is probably carrying enough pain, remorse and guilt from her prior decisions, actions and abuse, she doesn’t need someone whom she cares about to have ongoing reservations about who she is or what she has done.Ask yourself some questions: Are you grieving her past because she is grieving, and you don’t want her to hurt?Are you grieving her past because you are fearful of it? Remember, you have every right to say that something is more than you can handle.
However, she has a very promiscuous and abusive past, leaving her with a permanent STD.