Throughout your life I’m sure you’ve had occasional make out sessions that didn’t necessarily turn into long term relationships. Let’s face it, we’ve all had our fair share of hook ups. Kissing is one thing, but common knowledge is that relationships that start out with sex normally don’t prosper much beyond a booty call. While it may be true that the average relationship quality of those who wait to engage in sexual intercourse is higher, it may not be because of the sex at all. ”It’s possible for true love to emerge if things start off with a more ‘Sex and the City’ approach, when people spot each other across the room, become sexually involved and then build a relationship,” Sociologist Anthony Paik stated who studied an array of relationship surveys.
As long as both people are open to being in a serious relationship, it doesn’t really matter when they have sex. If you found yourself in between the sheets with your new man a little earlier than expected, don’t fret. You never know where it can still lead.