yes,yes,yes it does...it was there b4 i knew what it was..i can remember masturbating between the ages of 5-10. I'm 35 years old,and the thought of sex consumes me. I can relate to the over the top feeling of frustration when I cant get it. The frustration turns to anger when I am teased,the teasing can be verbal or physical,but i am one pissed off lady when there is no follow through. I find myself trying to stay awake,waiting on my husband to get to bed,most of the time i just loose sleep...cuz when he finally does come,its for sleep,not me...its been really bad the last few years. I feel really alone on the matter,you really dont want to talk to friends about it,cuz you seem like some sort of freak,you really dont want to talk to your partner about it because it makes them feel inadequate. So i just hold it in for the most part...its sad,i really feel like crying when i think about it. if there is any information that can be passed on to me,PLEASE do... this feeling is taking me over and getting on my nerves. I really wish i could get rid of the feeling completely,and still be able to satisfy my husband....HELP!View Thread
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