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  • 4 hours ago

    Cannot climax

    I am a healthy male with no ED issues. I just can't climax but can otherwise perform. I am curious how single women looking for a man would feel about this. Is it a deal breaker? Would you prefer to be told very early on or down the road after being sexual?
  • 2 days ago


    Hi anybody I think somebody pushed the wrong button. all the posts are gone. I just said blow the bloody doors off, sorry meant blow the bloody ad's off. NOWHARD
  • 2 days ago

    Toxic relationships

    How can I break from this toxic relationship with my girlfriend? we are both dependent on each other in one way, shape or form which makes leaving cold turkey not doable. we always set time lines for the other to get their affairs in order so that we can separate, but we always wind up making up in that time and not being able to stay mad at one another and then things return to normal until the next fight. The fights just keep on getting worse and worse and worse and worse and the resentment is....
  • 6 days ago

    Marriage relationship problems

    I'm 10 years older than her. She claims she is over weight possibly so. She claims she has no sexual desire. I treat her very good with many surprises and respect but nothing helps. Very frustrating
  • 6 days ago

    Sticky Family Situation

    I apologize ahead of time that this is going to be long but I need explain everything. I'm not sure this is the right message board for this, if you feel there is a better message board please direct me to it. I tricked my parents into letting me move out when I was 25. My parents were too controlling and was becoming very depressed and suicidal. Even after I moved my parents were still pretty controlling. They kept asking me when I was going to take my MCAT and apply for medical school. I couldn't....
  • 6 days ago

    What is the bottom line about fruits and vegetables?

    The bottom line is: include from 5 to 13 servings of a variety of fruits and vegetables daily. A serving is one piece of fruit, ½ cup of vegetable, 1 cup of salad greens, or ½ c of juice (choose juices without added sugar or corn syrup). Question 8: What is the role of whole grains? Collage of whole grains. Whole grains are found to be rich in beneficial nutrients vital to a healthy diet. Whole grains include vitamins and minerals, which are stripped out during food processing and may or may not....
  • 7 days ago

    What phytonutrients do?

    In addition to vitamins and minerals, plants contain compounds called phytonutrients (sometimes referred to as phytochemicals). Essentially, these compounds are the plants' protection. A plant cannot fight or flee, so it is equipped with "phyto" or plant nutrients that defend against disease, blight, radiation, weather, insects and anything else that may threaten the plant's survival. When we eat the plants, we not only benefit from the vitamin and mineral content of the plant,....
  • 7 days ago

    What does Folic acid, Vitamin B-6 and Vitamin B-12 (three of the B-vitamins) do?

    1. Vital for central nervous function 2. Necessary for immune system function 3. Needed for the metabolism of amino acids and the synthesis of proteins 4. Used in managing elevated homocysteine (an independent risk factor for heart disease) 5. The Sources of B-vitamins are meat, fish, chicken, seafood, dark green leafy vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds. 6. For more information, go to the Linus Pauling Institute, which gives scientific information regarding the role of vitamins, minerals....
  • 7 days ago

    What does Vitamin A help?

    1. Prevent cell damage from free radicals 2. Maintain the tissue of the skin and gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts 3. Enhance immune function natural killer cells and T-cells 4. Heighten resistance to infection 5. The sources of Vitamin A are carrots, apricots, sweet potatoes, yellow squash, pumpkin, watercress, Swiss chard, greens, eggs, fish liver oil, milk, and cheese.
  • 7 days ago

    What does Vitamin C help?

    1. Prevent cell damage from free radicals 2. Boost iron absorption 3. Enhance immune function, which increases resistance to disease 4. Promote healthy gums and wound healing 5. Resolve bruising and recurrent infections 6. The sources of vitamin C are tomatoes, green leafy vegetables, parsley, cabbage, asparagus, and avocados.