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tips on boosting my libido?? adult content

help ladies , i'm 23 and in a rut.i have 2 daughters, n now theyr both in bed by 8:30. so time isnt a problem. i'm just having trouble getting in the mood. alot of trouble.


Asked by Anonymous at 4:14 PM on Jan. 3, 2011 in Relationships

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  • I could go on all day about this... but just a little advice~~ sometimes you have to set your mood.. You know, find out the things that you really like around you at times like this.... think of the thing that you think about when you want to be in the mood...And don't get me wrong we as ladies can be in the mood( im just being honest) lol! im just going to admit it....we can be in the mood and thinking of everything we want to do to our mate and we dont even do it! Even when we are in the mood! We will sit and think~~~ sit and think~~ and wait till he make a move and if he doesn't we don't. When we think of these things. I feel as we need to react. When we do this we will find out our true sexuality : ) Like the men tell us (stop holding back)

    Answer by ILOVEMYBOYS704 at 4:20 PM on Jan. 3, 2011

  • Just do it. Go through the motions first, instead of expecting to really want it first... libido is a habit as much as anything and when it's been a long time, it takes a long time to reconnect with why it was a good use of your time.

    When you reconnect with why you ever enjoyed it, your libido will grow --having recent memories of 'oh yeah, that was good' you'll find you start looking forward to it.

    Answer by LindaClement at 4:21 PM on Jan. 3, 2011

  • Not to overstep my boundaries, but perhaps try a vibrator or some type of toy to get yourself in the mood.

    Answer by hornz102485 at 4:15 PM on Jan. 3, 2011

  • Ask him for a foot and back rub.


    Answer by sexyfancyface at 11:46 PM on Jan. 3, 2011

  • Make sure you're properly supported nutritionally. Plenty of dark green leafy vegetables, whole grains, low sodium, enough essential fatty acids (found in tuna, salmon, nuts, seeds), zinc (strawberries, nuts), iron, magnesium (molasses), choline and inositol (citrus fruits). These are all key to the production of cruicial neurotransmitters essential for nervous system health. Arginine is also essential, and is found in many of the same foods, particularly nuts, flaxseeds and whole grains. Stress management is also important, as the body's production of the stress hormone cortisol uses the same neurotransmitters and fatty acids, so being overly stressed deplets the body's reserves, leaving the nervous system prone to malfunction.

    Answer by Fistandantalus at 10:21 AM on Jan. 4, 2011