flowerchildbabe 29F
19 posts
5/19/2020 12:19 pm

Am I an addict?


There's definitely more add; and as the blog evolves, feel free adjust your answer or ask questions.
Sex Addict
Love Addict

12596 posts
5/19/2020 12:44 pm

Hey, fcb.

*Welcome To Blogtown*


SC4wheels 46M
369 posts
5/19/2020 2:53 pm

Sounds like you are addicted to love and sex has been the easiest way to "feel" it. The dopamine that comes with sex makes you feel great at the moment. Love takes more than just sex to develop though.
Have you tried taking it slow when dating? Not having sex right away. It may be frustrating for a while but the end result could be what you are looking for. Build that bond together, then start fucking like crazy

forgotforgetting 53M
7100 posts
5/19/2020 3:31 pm

Impossible to know at this point for explanation I offered in the other post.

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
― Oscar Wilde

justaguyinalaska 54M  
497 posts
5/19/2020 7:01 pm

Hey! You're neither morbidly obese nor consuming hydroxychloroquine to validate your *womanhood*. On the Crazy Scale, you're not even registering a blip.

In all seriousness, per my comments in your preceding post, I am positive with regards to your status.

rebel_rebel4 62M/61F  
1 post
5/21/2020 4:40 pm

I think you are wonderfully self-reflective and perceptive. But I don't think you're an addict. There are a thousand ways to navigate your sexuality and your love life, and, as you say, labels aren't necessary. What you find troublesome--finding yourself in unfulfilling relationships or returning to using sex in a way that makes you feel used--is, I think, just a part of the journey of discovering what works for you, what doesn't, and what you really want. And, I think, as long as you continue to think through it and be honest with yourself, you will find something that works. Don't limit yourself to what that will be and you will get there, either alone or with someone. But be careful with, and be kind to, yourself and your heart because both are precious.

My wife and I opened up our relationship about 5 years ago after 13 years together, and we have done so honestly and openly. It is one of the best things we have done, because it allowed us to explore other aspects of ourselves both together and individually. And it deepened our love. But it all came from a place, first, of friendship and mutual respect, and open communication. That, for us, was a good foundation as a starting place for this kind of sexual exploration.

undercvrlvrs 50M/50F  
3 posts
5/22/2020 12:15 pm

I think you equate love with sex when they are two different things. Sex is fun and shouldn't be tied to love. Go out have fun and fuck responsibly. You'll know when you are in love but ensure the person fits all your needs.....not just one or the other but most important of all is have FUN!!!

WarnYou93 27M
2 posts
5/22/2020 3:30 pm

good point of view

Olimur56 29M  
1 post
5/24/2020 4:16 pm

I think, after you have to do something you love, meeting the right guys is over you cause it's over me too, so keep the faith.
I liked to read that.

Lovemilfscougars 37M
34 posts
5/24/2020 8:39 pm

sex addict

Littlhunt4 40M  
13 posts
5/26/2020 5:51 am

I think you are neither. We are in crazy times right now. It’s hard to fulfill your needs when you don’t have the resources available. You want what you want, when you want it. The right man will understand that and fulfill that.

Yetiballz24 39M  
1 post
5/27/2020 8:36 am

There is a lot in your blog to dive into and get more information on but from i see, you're neither a sex addict or love addict. The current world situation with covid might just be a good thing for you to center yourself and get in touch with who you are as well as what you want to become. Relationships first start with yourself and being confident. You shouldn't waste your time with someone if you know on the 3rd date that its going nowhere. You only have 1 life to live so it needs to be lived to the fullest however you deem that is set by your standards, no one else's.

Sex can mask itself for love by either appearing as lust or infatuation. Once that period wears off and your left with the other person sitting across the table from you, there better be some substance there or you both will lose interest quickly. Everyone has needs, urges and gets horny from time to time. (Some more frequent than others.) It's not being a sex addict if you take care of those for yourself, but you can't lose sight of what's the real goal.

Trust your process, and don't try so hard. The best things happen when you least expect it so don't go actively seeking love in all situations. It will find you or maybe it already has and you just don't know it yet. Go out, have fun, be yourself and everything else will fall in place.

Leech1028 22M
16 posts
5/30/2020 9:49 am

100% sex addict

Scottjel 49M
14 posts
6/2/2020 6:31 am

Love to have fun

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