While experts agree that sex is the an important part of the glue that holds couples together, it is possible to have a long lasting relationship without sex.

Over time, sex tends to be overrated and overhyped as couples mature, says marriage & family therapist […] Read more You’ve probably met some of them: Couples who have been together for years—maybe even decades—and are still madly in love with each other.

That way, you have your standards for what you want in any relationship and then you can see if whatever situation you find yourself in measures up.

Anyway, despite the truth that a man who is attracted to you is probably trying to get in your pants, the simple fact that he wants sex doesn’t demean you or automatically mean that sex is all he wants.

That’s why it’s up to you to create boundaries around what you’re willing to do sexually and decide on them in advance— so you don’t have to worry about what what any given man is doing.

For some women, if it takes two different men in order to get all her needs met, she’ll do it.

Interestingly, in most cases, the women did not seek to go outside of their marriage. They became susceptible to advances from other men and then chose to go with it.

Women who are dating want to know this; especially women who are divorced and over 40, and haven’t been dating for some time.

They also want to know how they can tell if sex is all he wants. The truth is that whether you’re dating at 20, 40, or 70 you’re going to question how long you should wait – and he will wait – before you get intimate.

(wait for laughter to subside) But if a woman decides she wants to share something so intimate, then I can only be honored by her gift. The reason you DON’T have sex on the first date, or perhaps even the second, is because you simply don’t know each other well enough.

I mean you HAVE to get to know each other first, and that takes time – more than just one night, even if it IS all night.

The problem is, every guy I’ve met or gone out with seems to want sex right away.