I have suffered from depression for years, tried suicide several times, but I am just at a point I feel like I'm losing my mind, and I am having this problem I don't know what it is and no one on the internet seems to acknowledge my problem, but I went through a long period of time with absolutely no sexual desire or arousal, and I was so happy about that, I don't care about ever having sex, but recent months, I can't seem to stop thinking about different fetishes and maybe some of it is from being almost 35 and still a virgin, but it's gotten to a point, and I say shamefully, that I think I have to turn on porn, and I just hate it, what really doesn't make sense to me really, is that usually after the arousals come, I usually have to go pee. I don't understand, but I just feel like total scum and worthless and just want to dieView Thread
That is so absolutely true there!!, yea I did that the other night, a long emotional prayer, a few tears in the process, things have gotten a little better so far, I guess just take it one day at a time with it though........View Thread
Thanks, I appreciate the kindness a lot, I did say a long prayer one night, I feel that helped a lot, I guess only time will tell the whole story, I know part of the situation will be self fighting the urges when they come......View Thread
Thanks, I've always had a great household and raising so I can rule that out in my opinion, but I don't know, I just said a long serious prayer, I think that helped a lot, but only time will tell I suppose......View Thread
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