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Re: 25 year old male virgin and feeling hopeless
 
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Re: 25 year old male virgin and feeling hopeless


Rarely do people get what they look for.

Sex, if you go hunting for it is far less likely to happen.

Focus on fun and what you ENJOY doing - that may be sport, or walking, or some crafts or dance or fishing or...or.. etc.

Point is, list out what YOU enjoy doing, then set yourself the challenge of spending more time doing that. Then, find a way of being more social - so if you spend more time walking, then join a walking club - get the idea?

THen, you will start to feel better about yourself. Then, you are more likely to find members of the opposite sex and to enjoy their company - not as sex objects but as friends firstly and you may find a relationship eventually flourishes.

What you must not do is be obsessed with the act of sex and doing it.

so what if you are 25, so what if it takes n more days or months or years? Point is, most people lie about their time of first encounter - and many are in their early 20's, so you aint that late if you look at it from a lifetime perspective

good luck
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Rarely do people get what they look for.

Sex, if you go hunting for it is far less likely to happen.

Focus on fun and what you ENJOY doing - that may be sport, or walking, or some crafts or dance or fishing or...or.. etc.

Point is, list out what YOU enjoy doing, then set yourself the challenge of spending more time doing that. Then, find a way of being more social - so if you spend more time walking, then join a walking club - get the idea?

THen, you will start to feel better about yourself. Then, you are more likely to find members of the opposite sex and to enjoy their company - not as sex objects but as friends firstly and you may find a relationship eventually flourishes.

What you must not do is be obsessed with the act of sex and doing it.

so what if you are 25, so what if it takes n more days or months or years? Point is, most people lie about their time of first encounter - and many are in their early 20's, so you aint that late if you look form a life time perspective

good luck
 

 
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