Dating advice inexperienced
I want to be more comfortable talking about this stuff and doing things with him but it's hard to not be shy when I just have no experience with any of it and on top of no experience making me shy, I'm just a really shy person in general. I am in my 50s and can understand your concern as I can just about remember my first time with someone who was more experienced and I felt quite shameful for about my lack of knowledge about what to do when and how to do it.However these kinds of things are less stressful when you begin to talk about them openly and try to inject some humour and comedy into the situation in some form.
And even though Steve Carell’s character is the most lovable person in the film, and even though he’s vindicated at the end of the movie, you may have still left the theater at least somewhat uncomfortable, wondering how others might react to the fact that you’ve never had sex.
Or you may have made a conscious decision not to sleep with someone until you’re married, or until you’ve met just the right person.
Whatever your motivation, there’s really no reason to feel ashamed, or even embarrassed.
Having sex for the first time is obviously a big moment, and especially if you’re experiencing that moment in the context of a caring relationship, your partner will likely love the fact that they are getting to be a part of it with you.
It’s an added bonus that when you do begin a sexual relationship, you can do so without comparisons to past partners.
Actually, there are some facts about being a virgin that you might find pretty encouraging.