Hi Carlla, OK you do need a man in your like, could be fatherly or brotherly, but you don't need a monster in your life, waiting each month for your period to comes so you can get a rest from him and his strange sex life and the pain he so likes to give with that makes you cry from pain.
But that is not fatherly or brotherly, they would not do that to you? would they.
You really need to do a lot of deep thinking, well before you even think of marriage, as to the pain you will go through each night.
Can you really see this guy going for help? No, why, its his pleasure that he gets from seeing you in pain, and that he would not like to lose, its his power over you that will always keep him that way. So advice please for your own good just pack and walk, to a pain free life, just the way it should be.
Hi Could be lack of lubrication that has given you your problem, always use something with lots of slip and try relaxing on entry, Look go have a look on www.dodsonandross.com look down the left hand side you see anal play, give it a good read through lots of info there. Hope this helps you.
Hi As Michelle has said www.dodsonandross.com is the place to go, join and post to Dr betty Dodson, one she is a sex expert she may just be able to put a finger on your problem.
But have you tried masturbation solo or with your b/f, even just getting naked would help to lower your mental walls that have been put up, see if you can find some kind of spark, see from a spark you could just light that fire you want so bad
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