"I had sex too soon." Did you ever think you'd hear yourself saying that? Likely not. But passion took over and your better judgment was pushed to the side. It happens to many women and even though it feels like the end of the world, it's not. He may have already pulled back but this is not an unfixable mistake. You can undo it and regain his interest. You just need to understand exactly how to do that.
If you're saying to yourself, "I had sex too soon," consider the state of your relationship right at this minute. Since you two were intimate, has he pulled back? Does he seem to take longer to answer your calls or to call you back? Has he been coming up with excuses for why he can't see you? If any of these sound familiar, sleeping with him has definitely impacted his view of you.
Here's what generally happens if you and the man you're dating have sex too soon. In the heat of the moment, he enjoys it. That's natural, right? Soon after his mind takes over and starts racing. He begins to question you and your moral compass. After all, if you slept with him so early in the relationship he's going to jump to the conclusion that you've also slept with other men early in those relationships too. This conjures up an unflattering image of you that he isn't going to be able to shake any time soon.
Your best defense in a situation like this is to pretend it didn't happen. You obviously can't rewrite history and go back and not sleep with him. That's done and now you have to move forward.