My boyfriend has only been with me. Is that wrong?
I am happily in a long-term relationship, that will very likely soon lead to marriage. We have been together for 5 years and while I have had relationships and sexual encounters outside of this relationship, he has not. He has had girlfriends and minor sexual experience before me, but not sex. I have been his only one. I am worried in the future, he will regret not being with other women. I think this is more of a guy thing, but can I really do anything about it? He had many chances before dating me to experiment, but chose not to. He says he is fine staying with me as long as sex stays interesting, which it always is. Do I have something to worry about or should I trust that he will not regret being with only me…
I don't think you should be worrying a lot. It's normal for guys to want sexual variety, but it doesn't mean he'll be unhappy just because he's in a long term relationship.
If you really think it could lead to problems between you, ask him about different things you could do together sexually that he might enjoy. There's a lot of variety he can get, even just with you.
As a last resort, if you're ok with it, having an open relationship, even temporarily, might resolve any anxieties he has about 'missed opportunities'
It's not very uncommon for a man to only have been involved with one woman for his entire life. So, definitely there is nothing for you to be worried about. He loves you and there is just nothing that matters other than that. One fictional case of your resemblance is of Chandler and Monika in friends TV show. So you get the idea right. One thing to be known is that the stronger the bond will be the healthier your relationship will be. I hope the very best for you as I can't think of you to be any more luckier.