No, I'm not referring to your virginity. What I am referring to is harboring that child-like innocence in which you believe that anything, and everything is possible.
Personally, I do think I've lost that. For example, I was in a three year relationship with a guy I met at my first year of college and after he cheated on me (just last month), I became a much more gaurded person; I sometimes feel like I don't ever want to put myself out there again for fear of being hurt. Or when I switched my major to something else because it was more practical and safe. To clarify, I'm not saying that I don't ever take chances (I sometimes do), but I'm much more hesitant. I think I speak for a lot of people when I say that when we were kids, we had the world at our feet. We were uninhibited and fearless - I miss that.
Whether it's aspirations, relationships, or anything really, do you find that you place many limits on yourself because of fear? And do you think that it's important to try to regain that innocence? Or is that just being naive?