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  • lonelygiry
    lonelygiry
    passed 50 what is your sex life
    Dear John, Is true that when men passed 50's, the sex drive goes down? Could anyone please help me also in this topic?

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    Celeste65 Celeste65
    - I just turned 50 this year. Non existant sex life because I'm not dating anyone. I still have the desire, and wish I had someone, but dating sites can be expensive..... I was dating someone 11 years older than me. We were unable to have "regular sex", because he couldn't get an erection due to health issues. I am unable to orgasm thru oral sex, so it was unfulfilling for me and a bit frustrating. Edited by Celeste65 on Aug 2 2015 11:02AM

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  • Guest_377AF396-A
    Guest_377AF396-A
    Mars Venus in Europe
    Maybe the topic has been discussed many times, but I couldn't find it. Where can I find Dr. Gray products (for example: Super Minerals) in Europe? Thank you very much

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  • Ms Sx09
    Ms Sx09
    Love or just friendly??Confusing colleague..
    I have a male colleague that's elder than me by 4 years (mid 30's) which i've been working with for the past 2 years.We didn't have a smooth relationship initially due to some work issues but recently we've been getting along quite well such as previously he was very pestering but now he's gives me the space i need.We do work together at times & go out lunch with few ot...

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  • bri143
    bri143
    So confused
    My boyfriend and I have been together since our freshman year of high school and are about to celebrate our 7 year anniversary. Around our senior year of high school a few of our friends got engaged. I asked my boyfriend what he thought about marriage and he said he wasn't ready. We were both 18 so I figured it was because we were both so young and let it go. Now we are 21 and 22 and almost a...

    Forum posted ago
    Mark Blasini_71281 Mark Blasini_71281
    - You have to take a step back and assess your needs here. You deserve a boyfriend who is invested, who is attracted to you, who wants to help you satisfy your need. Chances are you are way more invested in this relationship than he is. I don't know how the rest of your relationship is, but in all likelihood, he is taking you for granted. However, before you get resentful (I can see it in you...

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  • John Gray
    John Gray
    Ask John Gray for Relationship Advice...
    Lost in love? Need my help? Just ask... Please understand that I will try to help as many as possible here but there may be times when I cannot get to all of the questions asked.Edited by John Gray on Oct 29 2012 3:24PM

    Forum posted ago
    newtolove newtolove
    - Hi everyone, I'm sure Mr John Gray doesn't answer these topics personally now, so it would be best to create your own original topic with as much detail of the situation as possible. That way everyone on theforum can help you :)

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  • Dot
    Dot
    Have I blown it?!
    Finally got to a point that I need some advice from people who can help me!! I apologise for the long letter. I met a guy through a group we are in and we decided to go for dinner as friends. We are both in our 40's and have been in long term happy relationships that ended suddenly 4 years ago when we were both widowed. We both had an amazing evening and agreed to do it again. It took anoth...

    Forum posted ago
    Dot Dot
    - A little update from me!! All has turned out amazingly. His work crap has been sorted and we are now in daily contact, see each other as much as we can around family and work commitments and the future looks really good. I know the dating scene has moved on since we were both out in it 15-20years ago, but we were still working on the old values and it has seen us through this massive uncertain s...

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  • AAElephant
    AAElephant
    He hasn't ended things online
    He's still online and occassionally checks the site (every 2-3 days to sometimes as often as 2-3 times a day). We have been seeing each other now for 2 months, usually weekends given our unique situation (his job is demanding, even more than my own busy schedule). Yes, we've had sex about a month in. We had the exclusive talk a month ago following sex, he admitted he has commitment issu...

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  • kebdbeach
    kebdbeach
    Am I reading too much into this?
    I am by no means a naggy or clingy girl but this situation has me perplexed a bit. Imet this guy online 3 months ago. We are both 28. We hit it off immediately. Texted for a week or so before meeting up for drinks. We both work long weeks, mine being 50 plus hoursand his being a typical doctors schedule. First date was best I've ever had...stayed up all night talking. We contined to talk daily...

    Forum posted ago
    kebdbeach kebdbeach
    - Thank you, that was very insightful and exactly what I was looking for/ needing to hear. I tend to get stuck in my own head...need to make sure I'm not having phantom issues. Ill will certainly take your advice :)

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  • sophia-jade26
    sophia-jade26
    Emotional abuse?
    Hi all, I don't really know what to do here and I am becoming increasingly nervous and unhappy. I am 26 and my boyfriend of 4 months is 34. When we first got together he warned me that he had anxiety and jealousy issues from previous relationships, which I accepted.First of all, he became very clingy and would bombard me with texts every day. He still does this but he has now become, in ...

    Forum posted ago
    Mark Blasini_71281 Mark Blasini_71281
    - Sophia, Newtolove's advice is spot on. You HAVE to establish clear boundaries with this guy, which you haven't. You've given in. But you have to take a stand on what behavior you can and can't accept. The real problem here is that you are afraid (which I completely understand), but you are letting that fear control your happiness, which will NOT end up good for you or the relati...

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  • German mom
    German mom
    Don't know what to do
    Hello My husband was never the romantic or affection guy. When we had problems we wrote us emails because he never learned to talk about his feelings. It worked out great. Now when I am writing him my feelings or concerns I get No respond at all or he says "I don't know what to say" or "It has nothing to do with you". Or he is blocking and shuts down.I don't know what ...

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  • Harmony Seeker
    Harmony Seeker
    Should I message him again or is it the rubber band effect
    I met this guy on an online dating site about 3 weeks ago. for the first week, we would talk non stop and talked about getting together within 9 days of knowing each other. He told me that he liked me on the day of talking to me and as the days went on and we converesed, the compliments kept coming. He told me I was unlike any other girl he has ever met and I inspired and made him feel things that...

    Forum posted ago
    Mili Mili
    - I have ofcourse met him in real. We have spent 3-4 weekends together. But yeah I decided it wasnt worth it. I didnt call him for two weeks after that. He called and we generally talked about work and all. Then again radio silence for 3 weeks. He was in town yesterday. Called me. We met up. Spent the whole day together. It was all good. I am glad I met him. Because I know now, I was just being sil...

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  • frab
    frab
    Rubber band or disinterested?
    I have been dating this guy for two months. Things were going well, we have been seeing each other every weekend and also a day during the working week. I am in my early 40s and he is 50. Two weekends ago he organized a sailing day with his group of friends, and didn’t invite me. I didn’t make a big deal out of it since there were 12 people going and not only his close buddies. We any...

    Forum posted ago
    frab frab
    - Hi DianB, I completely agree with you. I never pursued him and did not have any intention to do it at that point. At 43, I like mature men, not "boys" who do not know how to deal with their feelings and be upfront if they do not want to continue a relationship. I do not put up with these kind of things either, and I would have told him "in or out, make up your mind". He went o...

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  • Lifeisbeautiful
    Lifeisbeautiful
    Lost
    I appreciate any feedback at this point because I am sad and upset :) So there is an ex co-worker that I like and I am certain he knows that I do. He would do things with me and for me when we were working that I may have over read into it felt nice but never the less that is in the past. So here is why I am upset so after I left work about three months ago I've seen him at a couple of happ...

    Forum posted ago
    DianB DianB
    - If it were me, I wouldn't text or call him anymore or try to talk to him. Obviously he's treating you inconsiderately. Any man that does that isn't worth even being interested in. Its all about self esttem. If we have a low self esteem we'll let people treat us like he's treating you. You never mentioned if you had sex with him? Or did I miss it? Dr. Gray said the man needs...

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  • Yanayanaa
    Yanayanaa
    Is he waiting for me to make a move or has he lost interest?
    I've been seeing a guy from work for more than a month now. It started out with him being extra nice to me and him contacting me all the time and asking to hang out. He keeps our time together more on the romantic side, he's very atentive to me and my mood and tries to keep me happy and pleased. He even texted me one night about him finding me the best woman and about how much he wants me ...

    Forum posted ago
    DianB DianB
    - IMO I think he's not very interested. Don't make the move. If you read Mars and Venus on a Date, you'd know that the man has to have the persuit of the woman. Go on about your life and if he's really interested in you romantically, he'll persue you. I've seen it so many times with my kids and their female friends who call and text the guys and the guys lose interest. I watc...

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    Taurine - Sustained Focus & Adrenal Support Guest_C28008EE-2
    Taurine - Sustained Focus & Adrenal Support
    “Very Helpful!” - I've added this to my routine. Ran out and kept forgetting to purchase more. Within 10 days, I was getting anxious and agitated for no apparent reason. I checked my supplements and "Oh yeah, I'm out of Taurine." Ordered some and the day it arrived I took my dose and (Big Sigh) I felt calm and smooth again. I will be sure to always have this on hand!!!

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