I was on Valium (Diazepam)10 mg (I found it on generic-meds-store.com) short term earlier this year and it did the job. It helped me cope with the stresses of every day life but also the stresses caused by my anxiety and panic disorder. Taken as prescribed I find this drug incredibly useful and invaluable in helping me cope with things I wouldn't normally be able to do or cope with. Now, I use it sparingly, only when I really need it,(about 2-3 times a week) and I have not found it to be addictive at all.
hello there, I have been seeing this girl for a few months. we got together while I was on r and r... im currently in Afghanistan. anyway, I missed valentines day with her as I had to come back here... and would like to make it up to her. now I have an idea to keep it cheap ad simple as we haven't been together long and she has kids so it cant be extravagant. I would lik some advice to make it more romantic or whatever. anyway I was planning on taking a bottle of wine round there, leaving a valentines card for her to find and expect her to assume that that is it... but then when she disappears to the bathroom or whatever for a brief momet I was going to scatter some rose petals around and light some candles to try and increase it all. however I would appreciate some ideas and advice to make my cheap simply romantic suggestion more so... please any input would be appreciated.
The most important thing to a man is his sense of worth. Perhaps that would be all right, were it not for the fact that his sense of worth is connected to his penis. The most important thing to a woman is security; and that would be all right too, were it not for the fact that her security usually depends on glorifying the generalís privates.
A manís problem boils down to sex and his need for it. A womanís problem is how to cope with the manís problem. If she accepts the man as he is, he becomes a greedy abuser. If she rejects him, he feels unloved and goes off looking for support elsewhere. Itís a very confusing, no-win situation for women.
Something terrible happens when our entire lives revolve around cultivating and celebrating our sensual being. This mis-directed focus of attention brings out the dark side of our natures and leads to just the opposite of what we seek - feelings of unworthiness and insecurity.
I have just written my Life Story and sent it to http://www.bbc.co.uk/mystory/stories/family-and-friends/151208/
Title: The Impossible Dream. Looking back I believe I am a survivor not a victim. The bbc are going to pick 15 people for a TV program and possible book publication. If that happens I will at last be able to tell the full details of what happened and how I coped or didn`t at times. Thank you in advance to anyone who views and ticks if they like it. I would value any comments.
Dreams, hidden wishes, childhood memories, funny stories, life's favorite moments, music, most ticklish spots, fantasy vacations... All conversation a slow dance to get to know each other's soul rythms.