................ This has been all too much and can't take it anymore. It's bad enough having to deal with have to deal with on an every day bases. But now there the once again of my medical needs. Last week I went to my medical doctor for my folllow up. I told him that I had not been feeling well. He ordered lab work ups which turned out to be negative. So now I need to go back again . Almost everytime I go they find something else wrong. And that's the truth. My body is slowly attacking me I have had enough, my attitude sucks miserably. My therapist does know all about it. That's why I get away with calling his voice mail . I do try my hardest every day to do the things that right, but I am so so tried. I am sorry but this is how I feelView Thread
hey guys,i v been sleeping with a guy for some months,he has had good orgasms,but i just had one and it lasted a few secends,i dont feel ok with it,but when i masterbate after afew minutes it happens,so it shows that im not abnormal.but i dont know why i cant reach to an orgasm while i am with him...help me plz:(View Thread
If you are in an abusive relationship and fear leaving or don't know how to handle the situation, you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline. They can provide you with help, including a shelter where you (and your children) would be safe from harm. Their number is: 1-800-799-7233.View Thread
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