Love & Sex Magazine

Sensitive Guy

By Maggiemcneill @Maggie_McNeill

Angel_Holding_ManI am stunned by the amount of understanding and compassion with male sexual frustration you often display in your writing; not many women are that sympathetic to this particular hardship.  Because I was very obese during my teenage years I never quite developed ability of talking to women, and because my parents were abusive alcoholics I have a lot of difficulty in forming any kind of relationship.  I am now 22 years old and though I’ve lost the extra weight and have some good things going in my life, I’m still very depressed and so sexually frustrated it sometimes manifests as a painful feeling in my chest.  I think spending some time with compassionate professional might help alleviate the pressure so it would stop being such a distraction.  How exactly should I proceed with this? How do I contact the girl, how should I explain my situation, and how can I make sure that she is sympathetic and honorable, so the whole experience is therapeutic and enjoyable and not frustrating and unsatisfying?  Though I hide it from everyone I am actually a very sensitive and fragile guy and I would hate for the whole experience to end up in more trauma.

I do believe it’s possible for an escort to help you to develop confidence, if you pick the right one.  Luckily, this isn’t as difficult nowadays as it used to be because of the magic of the internet.  I’ve given some general advice before about how to use it to get a good, reputable escort, and you might also want to read my advice to a young man whose frustration has turned to anger and fantasies he’s uncomfortable with.  Though your reaction to the lack of physical intimacy isn’t the same as his, the core problem is not dissimilar.  As such, my advice to you is similar:  Go onto the escort boards, research the ladies in your area, and find one with a reputation for patience who also advertises that she’s “newbie friendly”; these ladies will be more likely to be willing help you though the screening process, and will also probably have more experience with virgins (don’t worry, you’re not remotely alone in that department).  If you take your time and find a kind, sympathetic professional, I think there’s a very good chance a few visits with her will help you to develop the confidence you need to go out and speak to girls in a non-professional setting.  Good luck, and if you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to ask!

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