• You can't turn back the clock. You can only lose your virginity once, so that is over and done with. The main thing is to sort out with him what his longer term intentions are. As an example, I still have feelings for my ex-wife, but sexual feelings. She is the mother of our children, and we separated while there was still some friendship left. This means I care about what happens to her, but not that I would go anywhere near her with a barge pole. I have a wife now whom I love utterly and respect totally. Find out what feelings he has. Then discuss what he sees as the long-term view. Ask him not to lie just to hold on for now - you need to know exactly how he feels so you can make up your own mind. Explain that you are already unhappy with this relationship and regret some of your actions (don't be specific) and need to clear the air. Basically, from my point of view (just my opinion) he is using you, you were a little foolish and have lost something you cannot regain, and you now realise it's not going to go further. If you really love him you can try, but I think this relationship will quickly peter out.
  • Probably. Nothing you can do about it now.

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