Ah~ I am definitely no Dr.. But there are maybe somethings you should search deep within you. Like are you happy with you? Does that make sense? I think sometimes there can be so many things going on in our lives and we just can't do it all. But I think sometimes if I am not happy with me. All hell break loose. When I am not happy with me. I seem to think about things I could or should have done. Instead of just forgiving life for what it wasn't. And embracing life for what it is. You know what I mean?View Thread
Um! Is there a cream or something that can be used everyday for JJ dryness? A type of cream that may help put the moist back. And maybe. Just maybe. After using this cream on a day to day basic. It may help to increase moisture in the area. Now~ we know what rear I am talking about. So I will say again. When I am thinking of sex. I get a good sensation down there. And I become moist. I can actually feel the moistness. But after the thrill is gone. There is not quite as much moisture. I am 48 and I must say. I do enjoy having sex. View Thread
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