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I Live In a Sexless Marriage

The post on the BPD Family website gave me some huge insight into myself. It also rang true of my relationships in life. I hope it helps some of you... [more]
ManMovingForward has shared 4 Mature Experiences
  • I Live In a Sexless Marriage

    The Emasculation Of Men This is just a little observation that I have had in recent months. My fling with the other woman has opened my eyes to the plight of many of my friends. This, by no means, applies to all men. Just… [more]
  • I Live In a Sexless Marriage

    Life's Most Painful Lessons Life's most painful lessons are it's most valuable. My marriage has opened my eyes to some very large flaws in my being. Deeply ingrained flaws that only the pain that spousal rejection can make you f… [more]
  • I Live In a Sexless Marriage

    She's Not The Woman I Married I have a picture from the dating days of my wife and I. She is sitting on my lap, smiling, and her arms are wrapped around my shoulders. Her head was resting gently against me. Her smile glowed rad… [more]
  • I Live In a Sexless Marriage

    I Messed Up I'll give you a little background. I've been married for 20 years. About six years into marriage wife became cold to me sexually and emotionally. I don't know what happened, other than she said I w… [more]
  • Drinking

    Posted on: November 28th, 2010 at 4:55PM

    The first time I ever tried alcohol I loved it.  I was just a kid and tried a sip of my dad's Jack and Coke.  It tasted great to me!  I sipped on a few beers from then until I was about 15, then the real drinking started.  Alcohol gave me immediate relief and joy from my overbearing parents.  I loved the freedom I felt when I indulged in liquor.  I drank every weekend.  I even drove home while puking out my driver's side window. Well, needless to say, when my marriage went sexless my drinking increased.  I had to medicate myself.  I was overwhelmed by such confused emotions.  My wife, in a sense, had taken away everything between us.  She was my partner, the person who stood behind me and … [more]


  • My Favorite Books

    Posted on: June 5th, 2011 at 9:42PM

    I have had the pleasure of travelling as a sales guy for a number of years now.  During my travels I get to visit some rural areas and find some great old books.  I stop at second hand shops and antique stores and have found some great pieces for as low as a quater!   I love old books so it is like finding gold for me.  I have found some old American History Books, Text Books, History, Fiction, and so forth.   I have a couple of hundred books now, I really must find some more time to read them, but my favorites thus far are...The History of Peru, by William H. Prescott.  (I can get the italics to turn off now).  It covers the history of the Nation of Peru and the Life of the Conquistador Fra… [more]


  • Finding the Balance

    Posted on: June 5th, 2011 at 4:29PM

    After years of burning the candle at both ends trying to please everyone around me I have deliberately tried to slow down.This is difficult for me, because I get the perception that I am being lazy.  But, perhaps I am entitled to a bit of laziness in my life...As a child, I was forced into every activity that my parents had interest in me doing.  The one's that they weren't interested in they yelled at me asking why I wasn't in them.  There were times as early as when I was 12 years old that I was just exhausted.  I recall specifically in high school a time that I was exhausted.  I was working, going to school, playing in a band, and playing high school football.  I told my dad one day that … [more]


  • Words, Genetics, and other stuff

    Posted on: January 14th, 2011 at 10:27PM

    So, I run an errand and come home and my 10 year old son was disappointed that he missed a show on the History Channel about Pearl Harbor.  I was a little surprised.  I didn't realize kids had even heard of it now."You like Pearl Harbor?"  I asked him."Yeah, but I don't know much about it."I explained a little about it to him.  I remembered back to my youth.  I had three history books that I read over and over and over when I was his age.  I was enthralled with the American Revolution and World War 2.I also fell in love with words quite young.  I remember looking up words in the dictionary and researching their origins, just for fun.  Who does that for fun?I could spend hours on that stuff.M… [more]