Thursday, 20 July 2017

Dont Like Masturbation? Is It Normal!!

First, you might want to find out what exactly it is that makes you not want to masturbate. If you’ve tried it and it didn’t feel good, you might want to try and do it again, but with a different method. Maybe add some lube, or go slower. If you aren’t wet enough, it could make the whole thing very unpleasant, which might be why you don’t want to masturbate. Maybe sure you are very comfortable and someplace private if you want to try to get it on. You’ll be surprised how much better it can be when you are more comfortable with yourself.
Maybe you are too embarrassed to masturbate, which is a whole other story. You might be scared that your parents will find out, or that it will make you seem “slutty” but that is not the case at all.  You are the only person in control of your body and if you want to masturbate, you TOTALLY should. You don’t have to feel ashamed or embarrassed for wanting to feel good!
If you just don’t get horny, that’s okay! There are a few reasons why that could happening to you. Maybe you started a new medication that lowers your sex drive, or maybe you just have been too stressed to get “in the mood.” If you don’t want to do it, don’t try to push it!
Some people just don’t masturbate, and that’s okay. Even though you might think that everybody is masturbating, it’s not as common as you might think.
According to a study conducted by the University of Chicago, only 38 percent of women aged 18 to 60 had masturbated in the last year. That’s compared to 61 percent of men. That's not that much! If you don't want to do it, there are a lot of other people who don't do it as well.
The main thing to know is that whether you masturbate or not is based on what makes you happy. If you are happy not masturbating, then don’t do it! If you love masturbating, then you must do my girl! and Literally you should do. There is nothing wrong with you for wanting or not wanting to have sex or explore your body. You are allowed to if you want to, but it is not a requirement.

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Letter From a Daughter to Father on the eve of her wedding

Dear  Daddy,
Tomorrow is going to be a big day for both of us. It is the time that my life is going to take a big turn. Today, as I am just a few hours away from the moment when I would become someone’s wife, my heart is filled with gratitude and my mind is filled with memories of 23 amazing years of my life that I spent with my family.
My life till today, as a daughter, a sister, a granddaughter, a friend, a student has been great and I have put all my sincere efforts to play my roles perfectly. I could do this only because you were with me, to guide me, to protect me and to encourage me.  Without your support and guidance, it would have been difficult for me to understand how to balance myself playing such varied roles as a single person at a single time. Thank you Daddy, for teaching me to maintain balance between various roles.
Childhood has been the most beautiful phase of my life. You gave me all the freedom to do whatever I wished to do. You let me free to play till I was tired, to read till I felt bored, to eat till I was full and to sleep till I came out of my dreams. You never compelled me to do anything. Thank you Daddy, for letting me to do everything as I wished to do.
The big Teddy Bear that you bought for my birthday! I still have it on my bed, because it comforts me. I know it is not the Teddy that comforts me, but it is you whom I see in the Teddy that puts me to sleep every single night, assuring that I am safe in its hands. You have gifted me umpteen number of such things in which I see you. I never asked you for what I wanted, but you always knew it! You bought me every little thing which I wanted, even before I knew that I wanted it. Be it story books, girly stuff, mobile phone, Scooty or even the car that you gifted me on my 21st birthday. You never gave me the chance to ask for something. Thank you Daddy, for reading my heart and for fulfilling all my desires.
Everytime I had to go out to some place, you were there with me to accompany me and to ensure my safety. But you have also made sure I went out and explored the world alone, to teach me to deal with the world. Giving me this opportunity to go out by myself, you helped me shape into a strong and independent individual. Thank you Daddy, for giving me freedom and for making me independent.
You took care of me when I was sick. You caressed me when I fell of my bike and injured my leg. You encouraged me to perform well when my grades were low. You celebrated my success more than I did. You surprised me with lovely gifts. You did many things for which I will always love you.
Today as I see my would-be husband, I wish and pray that he should be like you. His love for me should be conditionless and pure. He should accept me as I am and should be with me at every phase of my life, like you did.
I know we won’t be together from now, Daddy. But I will always be your daughter. You will always be in my heart. I promise, I will be a good wife, a good daughter-in-law, a good sister-in-law and also a good mother. I promise, I will fulfill all my duties and responsibilities towards my in-laws. I promise, I will be with you and mother when you need me. I promise, I will make you feel proud of me.
Now I want you to promise me that you won’t miss me, you will always take care of yourself and mother, you will always smile when you think of me and you will always love me the same way as you did till now.
I know that my surname would change from now. But my first name will always reflect my identity as your daughter. I am entering a new family for sure, but from now on I have two families to share my happiness with.
My heart is heavy, not with sorrow but with happiness. My eyes are full, not with tears but with dreams. Its time I say goodbye to my family with whom I grew up. You will all be in my heart, my thoughts and my prayers.
Always your daughter,