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Posted by: thembi | 2011/08/31

feeling aroused

i''m communicating with a guy whom i v never met in my life, we communicate through the internet, so whenever we talk to each we become aroused so strongly coz we talk sexual matterrs about ourlives, now this guy want to see me, i even become wet when i think of him, is this just another dream or it might happen that we fall in love indeed , will this kind of feeling never fades when i see him or will it just continues for me to feel so strong about him, we just declared that we love each other .

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It's almost impossible to answer this question with any certainty. Of course there is a possibility that this could work out for you; however there is also a chance that when you meet him 'in the flesh' that he is different to how you imagine him being from the limited contact online thus far.

First of all, make sure that you are safe and that someone knows where you are meeting him. Check in with that person to let them know if you are ok - whilst this guy may be who he says he is, one can never know when meeting people online and so it is better to be cautious.

Even though you have stepped across 'sexual boundaries' online, this does not mean that you have to progress more quickly than you are comfortable to in 'real life' - take your time and go at the pace you feel safe with. This is especially true if when you meet him face-to-face he is not quite how you imagined him and perhaps some things don't add up.

Unfortunately, no matter where or how you meet a partner, no one can guarantee that the feeling of arousal will last - this is often the result of chemicals and hormones that are secreted early on in relationships and sadly they frequently do subside with time. That said, this is not true for everyone.

Best wishes and please keep safe.

Claire - SASHA

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Posted by: Anon | 2011/08/31

If you talking sex to a guy you have never met before, all that is going to happen is he is going to bonk your brains out, then drop you like a hot cake. Love has to do with emotions, and caring about a person, and you cant possibly know you care for somebody you have never met.

He is going to use you and leave you. Take a tip from somebody that has been there. Keep your panties on and your knees firmly crossed if you want respect from a guy and to be taken seriously.

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Posted by: Biza | 2011/08/31

It is called lust. there are lot of fish in the sea, get some1 to bonk you girl. Thats definately not love. o batla ho nyobiwa pheto ke tuu... drop your contacts<  i might be of help since i feel the same way as you, xoxo

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2011/08/31

It's almost impossible to answer this question with any certainty. Of course there is a possibility that this could work out for you; however there is also a chance that when you meet him 'in the flesh' that he is different to how you imagine him being from the limited contact online thus far.

First of all, make sure that you are safe and that someone knows where you are meeting him. Check in with that person to let them know if you are ok - whilst this guy may be who he says he is, one can never know when meeting people online and so it is better to be cautious.

Even though you have stepped across 'sexual boundaries' online, this does not mean that you have to progress more quickly than you are comfortable to in 'real life' - take your time and go at the pace you feel safe with. This is especially true if when you meet him face-to-face he is not quite how you imagined him and perhaps some things don't add up.

Unfortunately, no matter where or how you meet a partner, no one can guarantee that the feeling of arousal will last - this is often the result of chemicals and hormones that are secreted early on in relationships and sadly they frequently do subside with time. That said, this is not true for everyone.

Best wishes and please keep safe.

Claire - SASHA

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