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How to get emotional when have sex with a boyfriend ?

By February 5, 2012 - 11:02pm
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i would like to ask the Dr. please advise how to get frustrated when have sex with your partner, i mean that he might revel, but i cannot, so please advise what to do or order my boy friend to render it while having sex to get more frustrated.


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Hi arian,

Welcome back.  Sorry to hear this, for my understanding you are not insterested in having sex or in the relationship with you boyfriend anymore.  If this is so, give yourself sometime and explain to him how you feel from when you had the abortion.  If not seek counseling, this might help you understand what is going on with the way you are feeling. Check out this link, am sure it might be helpful.




February 7, 2012 - 6:25am

Hi Daisy Nodal,
Well, thanks from your help Daisy, i am afraid to say ,but we have to because i have got friends like you to help me solving my problems, anyway, i was very keen to have sex and some kind of pass time with my boyfriend ,unfortunately it was a rainy day that he asked me to go out with him for lunch and then we drank a bit and came together then he asked me to took out my panties and i unfortunately did it, after a few times of mutual sucking of lips and rubbing of my nips he came down and rub my clitoris then i could not control my self and he put it in my vagina and after a short time later i knew that i was pregnant after taking a preg test, then i deiced to abort it and i did it. but from that time i could not revel more of my sex, he is doing anything draw my attention and make emotional but it is worthless, so please help me help plz.


February 6, 2012 - 10:32pm
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Hi arian,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Sorry, we are not doctors and can you please give more details as to your question.



February 6, 2012 - 4:50am
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