Dear Mr. Anatomy,
I have struggled within myself for a few years about something I do in my alone time. I have been happily married for 8 years, and been with my husband for a total of 10. Our life is normal and I think, very rewarding. We have 2 children and are an all American type family, I guess. But, I spend a lot of time pleasuring myself. My husband loves me, and there has never been any infidelity on either side. I just don't get the pleasure I once did from my husband, so I find myself looking for breaks in my schedule to take care of myself. The other day after being with my huband, I rushed to the bathroom to finish and when I opened my eyes, he was standing there. He shook his head, and simply walked away. Damn, I thought he was fast asleep, like always. My question is ..............
"Is wanting to be alone with yourself a common thing? I never deny him, but my enjoyment comes from me, and me only when it comes to sex."
Ma'am, I have chosen your question because this is one I have touched on many times in my seminars but never here in my public forum. I do have an answer for you, but not until after my bloggers have had a chance to weigh in on this discussion. From hence forward, I will refer to you as Ms. "I LOVE ME." Please remain available as instructed in my email to you for any questions my bloggers may have of you.
Hurchel Williams, MBA
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