as far as a code of honor ive been on both sides of the spectrum married twice both times my women stepped out of the relationship it took me 47 years to be with a married women never did this befor!!!! some marriges dont work out and i get that, sometime you cant help who you fall in love with i do wish the situation was diffrent but for now it is what it is!!!! for sure the married part plays on my mindView Thread
ok im a 47 year old man i met this beautiful married women about 6 month ago been having sex for about 5 month we have hours worth of sex sometime i ejaculate sometimes i dont!!!! this women is a couple of years older than i am, she is a dinamo in the bedroom and out of the bedroom!!!! i can see the dissapointment in her eyes when i dont ejaculate i am very attracted to her i love this women and i want to see her happy with me. i assured her its not her!!!! my penis is hard for hour with no end result!!!!! i was single for about a year and in that year did alot of masterbating atleast two times a day!!! i have lots of stress in my life but who doesnt!!!! i dont have medical issues that i need medication for so its not that im hoping i can get some answers for the problem im havingView Thread
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