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December 04, 2013, 03:26:14 PM by KushyCurves
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I was just curious as to the thoughts here concerning this plant. It's a hot topic these days!
I know personally this herb has done a lot of amazing things for me and I'm an advocate of legalization. I have my medical card in the state of California and I'm quite certain most states will have it at least medically legal very soon.
It has helped my anxiety and depression more than big pharma drugs ever have. It lowered my blood pressure. The munchies are awesome.
Do you have experience with it? What are your thoughts?
December 03, 2013, 09:53:58 AM by Edmund_1
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And I text her all the time, though usually when I'm drunk, which I am pretty regularly. I don't know why I always text her specifically, but she's really supportive and almost always makes time to talk to me when I need someone to talk to. I think I might love her, but at the same time, I think that might be the booze talking. I've kind of tried to tell her how I feel, but it was just part of many drunken rambling. I'm not sure what to do about her, does anyone have any advice?
December 02, 2013, 06:15:35 PM by Ayumi_Chan
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Here's a conversation I had with my dad on Saturday, and I feel like it relates in some form to what a girl goes through when gaining weight, along with it being someting some guys don't always take into consideration when asking a girl to gain weight.
I had a conversation with my dad the other day when we were on our way to see Thor 2. Of course we talked about how we had anticipated seeing it and we were eagerly looking forward to the kind of antics Loki would be pulling. (Which if you haven't seen Thor 2, go see it and make sure you saw Avengers and the first Thor movie!)
Any ways, this of course was the day after we had my family Thanksgiving and my aunt and uncle hadn't seen me in quite a few months. I believe it had been at least 6 months so of course, those of you that have followed my gain, know I've ballooned in that time.
A little back story here, my Aunt was once severley obese for years. I don't recall her largest weight, but I would wager it was up near 300+. She and my uncle also had a hard time concieving a child for 9 years. They had all the tests done for my uncle, however he was as spry as any mid to late 20 year old male should be. It wasn't till they did tests on my aunt and found that there wasn't anything genetically causing her to have difficulties conceiving, as her mom was able to and her sisters were able to have childrem, that they ruled it down to her weight. And of course my aunt and uncle followed the ovulation schedules, bough tests to help hone in the proper time frame, and would even have doctors verify the proper time frames. However, for 9 years they tried and tried and nothing. It wasn't until my aunt and uncle got accepted into an adoption agency did they get blessed and were able to have a child of their very own. Of course though that wasn't without it's own complications, high blood pressure issues for both my aunt and my future cousin. Once my cousin was born, my aunt and uncle tried for a child a year after. She got pregnant easily, however after 10 weeks, she lost the child. This again attributed to her weight as she was still upwards of 300lbs.
Anyways, I digress.
So my dad had then told me that my Aunt was a bit upset and frustrated at how long it took her to lose all the weight she had and how hard of a time she had conceiving only to see me, seemingly packing on pounds like I had no cares for the issues she faced. In some ways I was partially upset that my aunt and uncle couldn't come to me and talk to me about this, because this was in fact a choice I made by myself. However, I also understood because this was something my uncle had told my dad when they went out shopping. My dad told my uncle slightly that it was my decision what I did. To which I found out that my uncle asked why my dad didn't demand I lose weight even though my dad was worried about my health, which is understandable as my family does have heart related issues along with diabetes.
The way my dad responded made me smile. He said, "I could tell her to lose the weight and force it on her, but what would that accomplish? Nothing. I'd just lose a relationship with my daughter. The only thing I can do is tell her my concerns as a parent and from there it's her decsion as she is old enough to make that on her own."
Of course I should add that my dad did tell me that while he REALLY likes my boyfriend and that he's the best partner I've ever had, he doesn't want me to risk my health for the sake of my boyfriend's sexual preferences. He also added that, "If you decided to gain more and had a hard time conceiving, let alone have a miscarriage, you know I wouldn't have to say anything about what your aunt went through because that is a choice you alone have made."
I know this sounds a bit blunt and almost uncaring to a slight degree, however my dad has never been one to mince words. And he is right that it would be soley a decision I made for myself and one that I have to understand and live with the consequences. Though I can say also that my boyfriend shares the sentiment of my dad, that while he finds me extremely sexy as I am, he doesn't want me risking my health for his own sexual enjoyment.
Anyways, ultimately my dad also asked me about my birth control and asked me if he felt that had any part to do with why I gained so much weight in such a short period of time, which I would say is true as I have always had a passive mindset in regards to gaining weight. I also attribute it to actually having money again and making hearty meals for myself that I feel also unintentionally caused me to gain a lot of weight in a shorter period of time than what had previously been seen.
I think there's something important to pull away from this. That while our sexual preferences or fetishes are something that we hope partners will understand, I think it's vitally important to understand what lays beneath the surface in regards to asking a girl to gain weight. Because you're not only asking her to change her eating habits, you're essentially asking her to change her whole self for your sexual desires. And it is a full on transformation, she has to change how she views herself, how others view her, she has to take into consideration her health as she gains, she has to change her wardrobe, she also changes her body shape, and there's a lot more to it than what you would think of off the top when you first think of asking a girl to gain.
Of course, like my story illustrates, ultimately it is the decision of the girl or partner in question as to if they are going to gain or not. It's entirely possible to have a girl that wants to gain weight and get up to the size that is of your ideal, but what's important to take away from this too is that it's not something you do to jepordize her or her own comfort level. I know for me, I said I'd stop actively gaining at 170. And while I have gained to 180 unintentionally, I'm doing what I can to avoid stepping beyond that. Part of that decision is fueled by my family's health issues, but another part is fueled by what I'm comfortable with.
But I think I'll end it with that. I think the last bit of what I wrote got a little off point, but I thought I would share this as I think it's something some people might be interested in reading.