|September 13, 2016 at 11:01|
I would definately advise you not to get into masterbation. But otherwise, I don’t know what to say. I don’t think we NEEEEED sexual relief. You should just pray and occupy your thoughts with other things. Trust me, I have these same issues…:/ But when you distract yourself from sexual thoughts and feelings, then they go away. Hope this helped 🙂
|September 13, 2016 at 11:51|
…actually, this is exactly what masturbation is for. Why is it “not an option?”
|September 13, 2016 at 12:43|
It’s addictive and leaves you feeling gross.
|September 13, 2016 at 13:27|
I really don’t want to debate this here–can we discuss it on the other thread?
|September 13, 2016 at 13:41|
it’s okay, I don’t want to either. I’m just saying why it’s not good, that’s all. 😉
|September 13, 2016 at 14:04|
Well, Gabby…regardless of whatever arguments have surfaced here it’s really really important that you don’t do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or bad about yourself. So don’t masturbate. Regardless of whatever “health benefits” some claim it has, it’s definitely not healthy (mentally) to compromise your beliefs because you can’t control yourself–trust me, it’s a terrible feeling.
To get back to your original question, there’s no “trick” to getting rid of sexual urges. It’s a natural part of human existence, something nearly everyone has battled, and something we too must battle against. Having said that, there are great variations in how intense one’s sex drive is…just because others might not be struggling (or don’t seem to be…or are just late bloomers) with this doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you.
The best thing to do is to distract yourself. Get up and go for a walk. Turn off the computer and go somewhere with other people. Call a friend to take your mind off it. Sing a song. Go to the library. In other words, keep yourself busy (obviously within reason). The less you let yourself think about sex, the less your mind will go there and the easier it will be to not give into temptations. Also, don’t beat yourself up about these “urges”…everyone gets sexual thoughts. There’s no way around it. It’s only bad if you begin to dwell and/or act upon them.
|September 13, 2016 at 16:39|
Thank you very much for all of your ladies advice, as for Nino99 I agree, I have heard that exercise is helpful. I have a lot of other things that I can do to try and keep my mind off of it. I think another reason why I think about it when I do is because I have a lot of stress I have been dealing with so its kind of an escape. But I will be buying a cello soon so maybe that will be my new escape. Thank you all again, it’s nice to be able to ask questions sometimes and know that I won’t be judged 😃
|September 13, 2016 at 22:37|
To rainbow uni
|September 13, 2016 at 22:50|
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