Dating before relationship
To gain a more scientifically verifiable answer to whether or not sex early on is detrimental to a relationship, Busby “recruited 2,035 heterosexual individuals who had an average age of 36 and were in their first marriages” and administered them a questionnaire that revolved around relationship satisfaction and stability. Of course, waiting until marriage is a bit extreme, but still, these statistics do present a strong case for waiting -- however long you choose to -- instead of rushing right into sex.
Next, the participants were asked to self-report whether or not they had sex early in their relationship, late in their relationship or waited until marriage. Ultimately, sex requires maturity, as do relationships.
E didn’t just do the “I Dream of Genie” gesture and find Sloan by his hip.Those who took the time to write sh*t out on index cards, however, almost ALWAYS flourished (academically, at any rate).This is why it’s stressed to us at a very young age to “take our time” with things and not always look to jump the gun. Like I said, as humans, we’re not the most naturally patient creatures on earth.Maybe not with minutes or food, necessarily, but with not rushing things in general.In college, if you breezed through your studies (to get a jump start on day-drinking), your grades were probably reflective.
Again, keep in mind: Quickness doesn’t always lead to quality.