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My so called sex life

Discussion in 'Personal Discussions' started by untoldfattboy, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. ChoiAndJohn
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    ChoiAndJohn Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    That's a very wise saying. Absolutely agree.
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  2. bigmac
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    Viagra is a very powerful drug and it has helped many men get over their lack of power.


    yep--and Levitra is even better. on prescrption. 4 tabs costs about £30. but break in half to double the value.
    the effect lasts 48 hours. no headaches that can occur with viagra.

    http://www.drugs.com/levitra.html
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  3. Cherryblossom
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  4. Methersgate
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    Yes, but I think he may be feeling shy and he may well be worrying that he can't "perform".
  5. bigmac
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    no one else can even guess--but you really need to talk this out with him
  6. ChoiAndJohn
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    Totally agree. I don't mean to sound rude or unsympathetic, but to be honest I worry what your husbands reaction might be if he finds this post. Why don't you talk it over with him rather than a bunch of people on an Internet forum? If he ever recognises himself on here I really don't think that's gonna be a good thing.. I certainly would be very upset if that ever happened to me..
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  7. Cherryblossom
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  9. Cherryblossom
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    Thank you Aposhark.-----///
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  10. Cherryblossom
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    When I was 2 months living here we having a little trouble about little things that it's not my faults. I cried and I mention it to him. I said that I am sick and tired to understand to his attitude and the hardest thing that I sacrificed to myself being with him was not a having sex. I said that it's hard for me because I am still young and very active. I said I want to feel your love ,,, your affection.... But he did not answer me! But he still telling me that he loves me. I DONT KNOW WHY???
  11. aposhark
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    There is something going on in his thoughts if he gets aroused but doesn't do anything about it. Most men cannot be stopped when that happens. Both of you must really take some time to work through the problem. I would suggest that you both start to sit on the sofa and watch TV together whilst cuddling. Take time and build up your love for each other again.
  12. graham59
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    Hmm...from what you are saying about this man's behaviour, there is something VERY WRONG with this relationship, and god has nothing to do with it.
    I think if I'd been a woman and had to take that nonsense :frust:...I'd have booted the miserable bugger out of the house by now !

    I mean, it's not as if you've been married for 20 years and become bored with each other, is it.
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  14. bigmac
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    its a sad situation for you cherryblossom......but look on the positive side---youre posts on here are very uplifting. x
  15. BlueberryCheeseCake
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    Hello everyone I am new here and I just wanted to share my thoughts about things in here :) ...Hi cherryblossom,I am sorry about how you feel sissy, I am a Filipina too and married with the most wonderful man in the world. He is my gift from God and so blessed to have him. Marami akong natutunan sa kanya at kasama na ang area na kung saan malungkot ka. I know we Filipinas are quite sensitive to this matter . I believe there are two sides of the story, and in your case there is only two people that can do something about your problem....you and your husband, need to sit down and discuss it with care and love ,talking about it with him with an open mind and heart is one of the keys to your problem. Tell him how you feel ,I believe communication is very important . Hope you guys will sort it out and value how much you love each other...God bless :)
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  16. Cherryblossom
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    Thanks-----////
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  17. BlueberryCheeseCake
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    Bakit di mo kayang itanong ?Di mo naman kelangan ng fighting spirit para sabihin ang mga bagay na eto sa kanya ,eh asawa mo naman sya sis.
  18. Howerd
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    Your husband really has a problem if he has to take out his anger on a TV
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