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Who has tried it? Who wants to try it? Stories?
I am a 21 year old male who wants to seduce his mother. I don't really need advice on how to approach her, but I want advice about the whole situation. If it goes wrong, how would I rebound? I know how I would fizzle out the topic if I brought it up and didn't work, but I imagine my mother would remember this for the rest of her life.
Some general input on Incest would be great, stories and tips even. I'm 21 and my mom is 58, thick build and 38DD or larger tits.
pic not related but i was gonna post something nude and then thought it may be against TOS. my moms tits are larger than those though.
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Lately I haven't been sleeping well. I've been waking up at 2-3am in the morning and tossing and turning because my bed suddenly becomes uncomfortable. If I do fall back asleep I wake up again at 5 am, (6 is when my alarm is set to go off.) I've been a lot more tired throughout the day than usual, sleeping through classes and not focusing at all (or just barely)
Socially I'm different too. Normally, I'm very out going, loud and physical but for the last few weeks I've been wanting more and more to be by myself. I've become very testy and the slightest things have been making me angry/upset (I don't act out on these though) and the very prospect of running into people I know well stresses me out/exhausts me. I haven't been accepting casual hugs or physicalness and I have a reduced want to share things. (Food, items, even thoughts.)
I'm a femanon, and this isn't becase of my menstrual cycle. I don't act this way when that "time of the month" comes around and my last period was just last week.
I don't know what the hell is going on, /adv/, how do I get back to my normal self because I don't want to start pushing people away.
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>Childhood friend died at age 21
>Funeral with full air force military honors
>We met when he was 5-6 and I was 8 or 9
>We were pretty much like glue until his parents got divorced
>Which was about age 14 for him and 16 for me.
Long story short. We talked here and there through social media, but he didn't seem to want to take the initiative to hang out like we used to. He never answered his text messages, etc. Upon his arrival to the air-force, again, we exchanged a few messages, but nothing was like it used to be.
As we grew older, he turned into the football jock, went to the preppy high school, had a car, was liked by everyone in the neighborhood/high school, dated the head cheerleader, had all kinds of girls on his tip pretty much.
In a way, I was jealous and mad because through a seemingly infinite friendship, he didn't include me in any of his new adventures. I felt as if he made a new clique, and forgot about the "true" friend.
Now, at the eve of his death, I didn't shed a tear. Yea, I felt bad for him and his parents, as I was his first friend ever, but still, I didn't cry one bit. Even when hugging his crying parents, still, not one tear from me. It was basically the fact that I only knew him as a child, and those were the only memories I had. His death didn't move me emotionally one bit.
Am I a bad person for that? Does that sound selfish?
I mean, I also found out he had two girlfriends. So, while his girlfriend (wifey) in the states was crying on his casket, I couldn't help but think about the other girlfriend he had while oversees. It was awkward.
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Am I being disrespected?
My boyfriend and I got together while I was finishing up the school year and working two jobs. Since then, school has ended and I have quit both jobs to take a bit of time off for the summer. My boyfriend hasn't worked since 2010. To make a long story short, I pay for absolutely everything. Food (often 3 meals a day because of how much time we spend together these days), gas, going out, etc. I cook and do all the chores in my apartment (because he's not technically living here). I also drive a half hour to and from his house to pick him up.
Over the course of the relationship I've hoped that he would just decide not to be so picky about jobs (refuses to work in food) so that he could help me out with all of this. He openly acknowledges that practically half my money goes to him and yet I still haven't seen him try very hard to do anything about it. He has never attempted to surprise me or get me flowers or ANYTHING despite all I've done so far. The last time I confronted him he got emotional, talking about his insecurities, and saying he does everything he can for me that doesn't involve money (like taking my dog out or helping me take the trash).
My family tells me he's a con artist and he's just using me but when I brought this up to him and explained their reasoning, he got emotional and acted as though I hurt his feelings. I always end up apologizing when I ask him for things that I want out of him. I don't want to believe that he's doing it on purpose, but even if he's not, I still feel like an idiot for allowing myself to be treated like this. Is this just an issue of carelessness and disrespect towards me? If not, how could I bring it up in a way that actually creates change without just hurting him?
DEALING WITH A GIRLFRIEND WITH LOW SELF ESTEEM
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So my girlfriend finally came out and admitted that she believes there is something wrong with her. From observing her friends, she finally came to the conclusion that she is overly jealous and has a very poor self-image of herself. She has been to a counselor before and wasn't pleased with the results, so now we're kind of at a loss in where to turn. She's also made it clear that she doesn't want to take any medication (which we'll see what happens with that depending on how serious this is). Any advice for helping lift a girl's self esteem so she'll be more comfortable in her own skin?
Also, when going to a movie with your girlfriend/boyfriend, is it a big deal who you sit next to in a crowded theater? We were at the movies Sunday and got into it because upon finding two seats in a crowded theater while running late, I sat next to a girl and not a guy. This caused her to become irate and almost leave the movie. I've talked to a lot of people who say that it shouldn't have been a big deal, but she's talked to a lot of people who apparently claim that it is a big deal for me to sit next to the guy and not the girl in terms of me being respectful. I've explained several times that we were running late and I was just looking for a seat since the trailers were starting. Should it matter? Because I've never had a gf who said anything about it before and my current gf acts like all my other girlfriend's must have been retarded.