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Did someone say ". addict"?? Hmmmm....

 

Seriously though, nymphomania is extremely rare...so rare that some in the APA don't believe it exists. The amount of documented cases in the last 100 years...you can count on one hand.

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lol I was a . addict from...15 to about 28 years old

 

I still am mentally probably...just my old body was abused in that 13 year span haha

 

I think ALL boys are . addicts from the time they hit puberty until they realize that all those kids that are running around the house screaming and eating the paycheck are a direct result of all that ....

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Travis, that was amazing. I just learned so much

 

You should write a book :)

 

if a book is as relativley long as some of his rants i dont think there is a bookshelf in the world that could hold it!

 

 

Now an amusing kicker, whats your (Angry, i may not always agree with you but i respect your opinions) thoughts on asking an ex (ex fiance/gf, the mother of my 2 kids) for relationship advice. I already asked her what i wanted to ask, and she was surprisingly helpful. but I dont think thats the norm.

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Did someone say ". addict"?? Hmmmm....

 

Seriously though, nymphomania is extremely rare...so rare that some in the APA don't believe it exists. The amount of documented cases in the last 100 years...you can count on one hand.

 

 

Well they never did a poll in my household, obviously, cause wifey and I are both addicted. ;)

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lol I was a . addict from...15 to about 28 years old

 

True that! I'm 30 and still ready to...to...to...you know :) As far as kids...you could always get snipped and shoot blanks. I'm not a big fans of kids either. Just me, the cat, and puter. Probably why I'm not married yet...oh well :P

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See that was me to the T ... when you find a partner that'll stay a nympho with you for the rest of your life you know that's the one. What's the point of getting married if you end up like the Bundys in "Married with Children" 10 years later?

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if a book is as relativley long as some of his rants i dont think there is a bookshelf in the world that could hold it!

 

 

Now an amusing kicker, whats your (Angry, i may not always agree with you but i respect your opinions) thoughts on asking an ex (ex fiance/gf, the mother of my 2 kids) for relationship advice. I already asked her what i wanted to ask, and she was surprisingly helpful. but I dont think thats the norm.

 

the ones I've kept a good friendship with I've always asked for advice, especially the ex-wife.

 

She saw when I was a in a terrible, nearly violent relationship and she begged me to leave the woman before something awful happened, and I took her advice (partly because I saw how ugly the relationship was growing).

 

My perception is that if you are still able to feel love for a person (and any woman I've ever been in love with that didn't do me terribly wrong, I still love in my heart, I'm just not in-love with them anymore), then you do what you can to give your honest opinion to see them better themselves.

 

I didn't always agree with the ex-wife's advice, but I always felt like she was giving it to me straight according to her view of the situation, and I'm sure she always felt the same about the things I told her when she asked for my advice.

 

I think if you feel love or respect for her still, and you feel she still has it for you (again, this is not the same as being IN LOVE), then you both do your best to shoot straight without any kind of meanness etc.

 

Currently, my ex-wife and I are not communicating because I think it hurts her too much that I've found another woman and Carly and I are truly in love as much if not more than the ex and i ever were (though such a thing is too hard to really compare...situations are different, ages and maturities are different, its really too hard to compare in the end).

 

She was ok with it for a while but I think it hurts too much now. I never gloated that she had nothing but miserable relationships after we split up, but at the same time I was always afraid she would find some guy that was 'better' than me. I never gave her bad advice or honest opinions because of this fear though, and I think she knew it (because she would always continue to ask for my opinion).

 

 

old relationships can be pretty awkward heh.

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See that was me to the T ... when you find a partner that'll stay a nympho with you for the rest of your life you know that's the one. What's the point of getting married if you end up like the Bundys in "Married with Children" 10 years later?

 

ah but no matter how much Al and Peg bitched about each other, they were still truly hot for each other

 

(ps my nickname for momma is "Big Red" just like Peg Bundy hahaha...I always had a thing for "Big Red" in those tight stretchy pants and that giant red hair booyah!)

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I can see that in that weird "Nanny Fran" kinda way. You can almost ignore that extremely nasal voice that you would strangle your spouse for. ;)

 

Love them legs in the leopard spandex, WOO-HOO!

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I see what you are both saying, but it is in my opinion that she is being manipulated. I'm no counselor but I have a lot of common sense when it comes to things like this.

 

First off, they're not in a relationship. They're not going out or anything like that. From what I've seen, it's not a consentual relationship so much as a perceived dependence on her part.

 

Second, for all I know there could be trauma as I haven't seen her in person since beforehand. I don't suspect this is the case in the least but it wouldn't surprise me. Either way it was just a thought.

 

My worry is that she's displaying addictive behaviour. As I said, if it was her choice it would be different, but from what I've seen this is not the case, which is what's worrying me. Perhaps ". addict" is the wrong word, but I was addicted to porn once and talking to her I'm getting the exact same impression from her. It's not a ten-times-a-day type of addiction, but more like a have ., regret it, and a week later become overwhelmed with an uncontrollable urge to do it again.

 

Third, she wasn't talked into it. In fact, according to her, it was "mostly non-verbal communication". But she only went over there to make out. One thing led to another and it probably just happened before she knew it.

 

Normally I'd agree with you and say that it was her own decision, except for the fact she has displayed much regret of this happening yet despite that, it continues to happen. For the many months I'd known her, remaining faithful to her future husband was very important to her.

 

I don't want to run her life, that's the last thing an anarchist wants. But when someone is taking advantage of her I can't just sit by and let him. Like I said, it's not because of any deicision she made. I may not agree with that decision but I won't get in the way. I see this as being different, hence the crack example.

 

On the other hand, I do agree with you that talking to her directly might be a prudent first move. And I also will say that you do have some good points, and that is why I asked. When it comes down to it, though, the guy is still guilty of statutory rape.

 

Blah again. I sounds once again like I'm rambling. Explaining things has never been a strong point of mine. :(

 

 

 

.....Let me rephrase, haha. I think you misunderstand. My problem is not with her having . but that she's being used. That's all.

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ps General...momma just brought up a valid point...

 

say you call the cops on this guy...from this point on in his life, he'll have to register as a . offender in ever neighborhood he lives in...

 

the guy might be a total douchebag, but who are you to judge that he should have to face such a thing for the rest of his life?

 

it isn't like the girl was only 13...

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ps General...momma just brought up a valid point...

 

say you call the cops on this guy...from this point on in his life, he'll have to register as a . offender in ever neighborhood he lives in...

 

the guy might be a total douchebag, but who are you to judge that he should have to face such a thing for the rest of his life?

 

it isn't like the girl was only 13...

 

These measures are in place for a reason. Technically he is a . offender. If it keeps my friends safe I don't care what he deserves. Who am I to judge? I'm not, I'll leave that up to the court. By calling the cops I'd just be bringing something to light.

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