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    Eh, it's alright. Thanks though \:\)

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    You could say not well, seeing as he doesn't play for my team.

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    Well, maybe something you can try, Saya, is to you to get as much as you worry about during a day; schoolwork, obligations, etc... as much done as possible, and after a certain time, just don't worry about any of it and maybe relax; watch tv, etc.. something to take your mind off everything. after that, then devote some time for everything else, so that there isn't anything else to very readily think of.
    see if that has any effect?

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    Well, if it's only happened recently, or hasn't been going on that long, I think it's normal to have really low phases in libido and drive. Happens to me fairly regularly actually.
    However, I would also think that if where you had hit your bone butted up to a nerve bundle or something of the sort, that might cause a more long-term problem. But I would tend to think that'd be hard to do, and more than likely not the case.
    It could just be that you often have more things on your mind, whether you're conscious of it or not, that's affecting your pleasure centers, like, blocking them off or something, if that makes sense? Like your brain is devoting more to thought processes rather than fun?

    \:\)

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    I'll help out if you're still looking, Roc. \:\)

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    Ok, so here's the story. And it's short.
    I want to ask out this guy. I'm ok with the part about actually asking him ( I just need to work up to it ) ( and finalize my gaydar's output \:D ). Anyway, the part I just want some advice with is how to take a "no". It's not that I'll freak out or like start bawling or something (hopefully \:D ), but I just want maybe somepointers on how to handle the awkwardness after it. Like a way to shrug it off or be like "it's all good, I didn't want to go out with you anyway" or something.


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    I'm sorry, I've not many answers for you QLL, I'm one of they guys here too, but I can help in regards to razors and shaving. Is it something new for you to shave, or with this razor? When I started, it was more or less the same thing, it caused razor burn occasionally. Something that might help is to use soap or shaving cream/gel that has a moisturizer in it. Gillette is a really good brand, their gels are really good, but I imagine any kind would do well. :smile:

    But, after time, I didn't need it any more, as I'd gotten used to it. It also takes a little experimenting to find the perfect razor for that area. I used a different type for my face than I did there for a while, until I found the perfect type. Mine are 3 blade disposables, so, not like the $15 replace-the-blade kinds, the spend-$15-at-Walgreen's-for-4-store-brand kind. Maybe you have yet to find your match to your skin. :smile: Even for my face it took a while to find one that didn't cause massive razor burn and redness.

    And in regards to never having had sex: of course it's gonna be intimidating! :laughing: But like Ineligible said, it's going to be an adventure. That's part of what makes it so exciting and fun. You'll get over it in time, but it's not a bad thing to be nervous. Just think of all the other people who handle their first time every day. Well, maybe not think about it. But embrace the principle! :laughing:

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    Hey guys, I just wanted to give a short check in to see how everyone's doing, and that I still think about all of you and hope you're doing well. Hopefully I'll have some more time soon to talk with you guys some more.
    I just moved to school, and am liking it so far, already got one out of 16 weeks done. \:D yay.

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    No, it wouldn't be harmful. The most harm I could see it doing is making you drowsy. Unless you do it a little hard, and end up with chafing/redness. Other than that, it's perfectly healthy. \:\)

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    Quite possibly my favorite episode of the Simpsons ever. Ahh, good times.

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    I agree with Ineligible.

    It's your choice what you do with your life, not your mom's or anyone else's. Stand up for your thoughts and decisions with/in regards to your girlfriend, and your mom will come around. Even if she doesn't, it is, after all, a small part of why she likes you. ;\)

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    I will too! That sucks that you have to leave again! \:\(

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    I would imagine, given all these circumstances, you two should be okay. Like you said there's always a chance, nothing's foolproof. But it's pretty low. Shouldn't be much to worry about. :smile:

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    You an me both Steph. Yum. \:D

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    Hey there Drw. I think you should wait it out some more. One month is (in my opinion) too short of a time to judge anything, aside from maybe underwear preferences. It sounds like you're doing fine, and you have lots of time to learn how to be a better waiter.
    Everyone has to learn at least a couple new skills with any new job, let alone one where you deal with people everyday and have to be very personable. I think you should give it some more time and see how you do. \:\)

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    SAYA!! Hey!! Sad that you won't be around for very long, but how've you been!? I've missed you a lot too!

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    Thanks Eddie! Yeah, it feels better, but I still have a long way to go in terms of people that I have to tell. \:D
    Thanks to you two, also, Steph and Scotty. \:\) I'll try and get on MSN more often Steph. ;\)

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    Or sometimes, I don't know if this is the same thing that you have, but sometimes when it's cold, I'll get chest tremors; like shivering only like you say, vigorous. It only happens once in a while when it's cold, or sometimes, like you say, high-octane things.

    Does it go away after a few minutes-10 minutes?

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    I have to agree with Ineligible on all of this, I've known people like this and fortunately try not to surround myself with them.

    People can be complete and utter idiots and liking boys or girls or giraffes, whatever it is, often send people into more of an interesting mindset then being in love with the person. You would think it'd be lesser than loving someone, but, again, people are idiots. shakes head \:D

    About her mom, well, moms are that way sometimes, and it might be speaking more to her protectiveness of her daughter than to the fact that you said f* somewhere in a rant on facebook. This might have just given her an "excuse" to tell you why she doesn't particularly like you, or to blame it on you for her own caution for her daughter. Though, like In. said, there's not much to do, only hope that the daughter becomes her own person and won't stand for invasions of the sort.

    And the third. I love the third one because I had to shake my head at it. I know exactly how that goes, I have several friends that way. You gotta love em for making time, but smack em for being so stupid as to not read. There's nothing to do about them but shake your head, laugh, and try to go on with what you need to tell em.

    Don't give up, this represents only a very small portion of people, and however stupid they may be, aren't the whole of mankind. \:\)

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    To be fair, that was a little different... :grin:

    Thanks, Pete. :smile:

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