I have been taking some classes at the gym and reading. We just talked a few nights ago and I told him about everything. He told me some things he'd like me to be aware of too. It went really well and we both decided to be more understanding and to try this whole musician's girlfriend thing again. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I think I just needed to talk but I was so scared to push him away when he saw how much resentment I had been stowing away. Thank you for all your good advice. It's been great having another perspective.View Thread
Hey, So sorry you're lonely that is seriously such a hard obstacle to get through in life. I have a friend that has never had sex either and I think the sex part is why you're having the confidence issues. I'm no expert obviously but I would think the longer a man goes without sex the harder and scarier it is to initiate it. Have you tried online dating? If I were you I would work on loving myself and making myself happy even being alone and then try a dating service. Then you can match yourself up with someone you have things in common with. On the date just relax and smile and act interested in her. Don't bring up any of these issues. There's nothing sexier than confidence. Good luck!View Thread
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