P. T. Barnum once said " there is a sucker born every minute " Perhaps there are millions of suckers purchasing this product with false hopes, to feel better about themselves. Like I said I have my doubts about this product the poster mentioned, and if he chooses to throw away his $ ...well lesson learned.View Thread
I have no idea about the effectivness of this product, however it is advertised relentlessly on television. I have also noticed that they keep it under lock and key at a well known supplement and nutrition store that I frequent. I have my doubts, but you could always try it out and see if it's worth the money.View Thread
It sounds to me that he is just tooting his own horn, and by that I mean he wants you to believe he is a super catch in a large ocean. He want's you to feel jealous and that makes him feel comfortable and secure, because from what you state I feel he is actually very insecure and unsure of himself.
Don't get caught up in that game, and perhaps be a little more direct with him. Ask him what he wants out of your relationship, and what are his desires for the future with you ? And then ask yourself based on his replys what type of future do you desire and need ?View Thread
Well to most that would signal a big " uh oh ", however I don't know how you would broach that subject with him since you invaded his privacy ? If he is indeed being unfaithful his odd behavior should continue much to your dismay. You will have no choice but to lay things on the line if you want your marriage to continue, and be happy in the process. I know that is easy for me to say because I don't really know everything that's going on and furthermore don't know what type of person he is. You and only you are the best judge of that.
Possibly in regards to the affair, but I would think there would be other red flags that would pop up. Such as any other type of secretive behavior. Has anything changed recently from his normal day to day activities ?View Thread
I would not consider the affair. It would lead to more trouble than it's worth. This does not sound like a low T issue to me either. He still has sex with you and apparently has no problem reaching orgasm, and furthermore probably masturbates more frequently than you realize. I believe some men and maybe women at times just want to satisfy themselves without placing all the emotional energy into lovemaking, Quick , easy, and a satisfying result with masturbation. I can understand your frustration especially since you have talked this over with him. Perhaps, and this may be difficult for you to do ? Just don't press the sex button for awhile. See if and how he reacts. Maybe if your take it or leave it attitude in regards to sex will have an effect, and his desires will return ?View Thread
I believe you may be assuming that your therapist is not bringing up the issue because she knows that you are a virgin. I can understand the embarrasment part of it but on the other hand your therapist is paying paid to help you through your issues, and furthermore I would bet dollars to doughnuts that the therapist has dealt with issues like this. I don't believe that any topic is off the table if you are willing to discuss it openly with him or her. Hey on the other hand if you are fine with abstaining from sex and don't have the desires to be touched by a man, more power to you. There are advantages to that as well. No shame in that approach.View Thread
I believe that if you can some way overcome those depression/ anxiety issues you may find the thought of having sex with a male partner enjoyable ? You have experienced masturbation and the joy that comes with it so having a willing partner I believe would make things even better. Do you see a mental health professional for the depression / anxiety ? Perhaps they would give you some direction in this area ?
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