I love my girlfriend very much, I have no doubt in my feelings for her, I would do anything for her. We've been together for a couple years now. But...I cannot resist looking at other girls. I just can't control it. She catches me and gets pissed off every time, so I've learned to look more towards the ground and such as we walk along the streets. Every second I'm not with her, though, my eyes are always wandering. My girlfriend herself is quite beautiful, but I just cannot deny the *fact* that there are millions of other beautiful girls around. I know I'm *supposed* to be all like, "there's no one for me but my girl," but in terms of sex and sexual attraction, not at all. I would never cheat on her (my conscience won't let me, I'd at least leave her properly first), but it's not rare to find myself whacking it to porn, or, worse, I find myself concentrating on the beautiful girls in my classes or on the streets that I saw that day while we're having sex. This is my first *serious* relationship, and I'm only a couple years into my 20s. I'm pretty convinced my young age (and therefore raging sexual juices and whatnot) are causing this. But how do you deal with it? What really is worrying me is that, if this is my time to shine sexually, is it a mistake to commit (talks of a married future have happened several times) and cage the snake for good? Or am I missing out on vital human experiences of having "fun" and being "free"? I was the kind of guy in high school who was quiet and shy and never had girls around me and attention and such. But now having almost finished college, my status as unattractive nerd has reversed itself 180 and now I have so many opportunities to be with so many beautiful girls. Basically, I've been the "good" guy my whole life and I feel like I'm missing out on all the "bad" stuff, the fun times. But then I know what happens to people who go "bad" and have some fun, they end up alone and unhappy, full of regret. Arg now I'm just babbling on and on, I'm so frusterated and lost.