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Old 03-23-2012, 10:31 PM   #1
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Need Advice

I am a 44 year old woman. I apparently have a very high sex drive. I would like to have sex every day. This has ruined several relationships for me and is threatening to ruin my current relationship. I feel very unattractive when I am turned down by my partner. I have low self esteam. His not wanting sex as much as I want it is causing me to feel even worse about myself. Please Help! Am I a freak? Is there something I can take to not want sex so much? Any ideas or information will be appreciated.

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Old 03-24-2012, 04:30 PM   #2
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It sure does sound like you have a high sex drive and I suppose there are many men out there who would love to be in a relationship with you (for the sex part). However, at your age and this stage of "relationships" it almost sounds like you're trying to hide, avoid or bury some feelings by wanting to have sex so often. It's like, here's this issue buried way back in my brain and if I engage in sex and all the wonderful feelings and emotions that go with it, I can forget about what's buried deep inside. This is a "house of cards" and eventually the issue is going to have to be dealt with. I'm guessing that the reason you feel "so" hurt when you're rejected is that at that point in time, you "really" need that release to allow you to continue to push those feelings back deep inside. The rejection stirs up all that negative self-image and feelings of unattractiveness. I believe they're all connected.

If you can address whatever issue is buried in there, I believe your need for constant sex will level off. Also, if you get rejected, I don't think you'll process it as something so personal and damaging to your self-image. You'll see the rejection (for lack of a better word) for what it is, your partner is tired or whatever the case may be. Not a personal attack on you.

Mind you, this is just me taking a stab at what's going on in your life. If I'm way off-base, please chalk it up to an honest and sincere effort to provide a few helpful words. I really do wish you all the Best!

 
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