This is a matter of individual decisions and choices. If you are sure you won't be able to do it before you get married, your problem revolves around the desire factor.
One of the ways of avoiding the emotional disturbance is to think rationally. Knowing that you do not have a choice until you get married, you have to find out ways how you can think differently so as to avoid getting disturbed. If sex is not an option, you can always think about masturbation as a way of taking care of the desire.
Constantly thinking about what you know you can't get now will only disturb you more. There are always other ways of dissipating the anxiety.
Abhijeet Deshmukh, MD
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