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    mod love baby... Lady_X's Avatar
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    omg YES! lots of times yes.
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    no...but sometimes i wish i could go more passive so i could concentrate on what i gotta concentrate

    i hear meditation works

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    The closest thing I have found is Nature & Sex.

    In a beautiful solitary setting in nature, I can absorb, enjoy and focus on what I see, hear, and smell...take it in and enjoy it without my thoughts straying to anything else at all. It is extremely peaceful, relaxing and definitely therapeutic for me. I guess this would be going 100% Se in MTBI terms.

    Sex was the same when I was a teenagerish....these days I end up thinking about what she it thinking about too.....but nothing else at least. I suppose that is a good thing though if I want to keep doing it.
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    You always get what you settle for.

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    No. In fact, nothing like that has ever even crossed my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    No. In fact, nothing like that has ever even crossed my mind.
    LOL, my wife is an SJ. We can have a heated argument and she can be asleep 10 minutes after it's over. Always annoyed the crap out of me.....
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    I have an ISFJ like that... SO weird!!!!! What's with that she can sleep after and through anything!!!
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    When I read the headline I knew it was posted by an INTP.

    Look at it on the bright side, weminuche - at least you are aware of your bad mental masturbatory habits.
    Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.

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    Yes. I'd be healthier for it.
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    YES! I can never fall asleep without staring at the ceiling for atleast an hour, just thinking.
    "Vous au moins, vous ne risquez pas d'tre un lgume, puisque mme un artichaut a du cur."
    -Amelie Poulain

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    Stupid question: Once you turn it off how will you turn it back on ?

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