what to do when you get sick of taking care of yourself.

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Registered: 09-09-2011
what to do when you get sick of taking care of yourself.
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Fri, 09-16-2011 - 4:02pm
today, its been the longest i've gone without sex in a relationship, 2 and nearly a half months. I wonder if my husband has a clue that its been that long. I got a 12 pack of batteries about 2 months ago and they're all dead. In fact my husband just asked for some for his mouse and i had to get the only two left... So no more vibrator. Im pretty bored with it anyway. What do you all do when you get fed up, bored... Sick of the idea of pleasing yourself yet again?
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Registered: 12-10-2009

Afraid I'm not with the presumptions in your post.

Masturbation has very little to do with what I want from partnered sex.

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Registered: 12-06-2007

I'm with Mol on not agreeing with your presumptions. I wish

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Registered: 02-02-2004
The reason your wife feels it is OK to flirt but gets angry when you flirt is that she knows she is not fulfilling her responsibility to you. She knows she is falling short. She knows you want something from a woman that she is not providing. So when she sees you showing any interest to another woman, she feel anxious about where it might lead, and she soothes her anxiety by attacking you. If you back down, she feels relieved that you are still safely under her thumb. If you are not prepared to adopt a higher risk strategy, there are no good choices.

When you see it coming, duck!

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Registered: 10-31-2009
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Registered: 02-02-2004
I suggest curare. Or cyanide. Not for him. Tiny dosages for yourself. Just enough to need an ambulance and a few days in intensive care. Hard core LLs who would not otherwise make themselves available tend to get very solitictous when they think you may die tomorrow.

When you see it coming, duck!

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Registered: 01-25-2010

Another irony of life.

chaika

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Registered: 05-04-2006
>>Hard core LLs who would not otherwise make themselves available tend to get very solitictous when they think you may die tomorrow. <<

I've always wondered if this is how people wind up with Munchausen's. If they live with someone who is very difficult to live with, or very distant or something...and then when they get sick, their partner becomes helpful and caring... It's a hell of an incentive to be sick. I know I've noticed it.

Wonders where one buys curare or cyanide...or if I should just plant some belladonna or hemlock.....
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Registered: 10-11-2011

It's only been 2 and a half months for you.

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Registered: 02-21-2003

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