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Gumdrop Girl
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okay, something went seriously wrong today and i have no explanation for it.

i was having sex with my boyfriend, and suddenly, i felt completely overwhelmed and started crying. i don't mean overwhelmed as in a wave of awesome passion, either. I suddenly felt horrible.

he didn't notice i was crying until he finished up. then he felt really bad about it. I didn't know what to tell him, so I just told him I was hurting because he was thrusting way too hard (which was partially true, but I generally don't cry when I'm in pain).

I've been having one of my "spells" but i thought I was coming out of it. After he left, I spent the rest of the evening sleeping and sobbing.

what on earth would just upset me so much so out of the blue? i don't know what's wrong. i don't have the foggiest idea. i just feel like crap.

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You know i have done the exact SAME thing. i thought it was so weird i never knew anyone else whos had that happen to them.. my boyfriend and i were having sex and all of a sudden i started to cry and my boyfriend thought he was hurting me.. but really i couldnt even explain why i was crying! does anyone know why this happens???

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happened to me, too... so girl, you're not alone.

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It has happened to me to where all of a sudden you start crying, it makes my boyfriend really sad... i guess you could be having "one of those days"...it happens, dont worrys, be happys BIG SMILES

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r u depressed often gumdrop? u might have a manic depressive disorder. try getting a consultation.

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Gumdrop Girl
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i'm not manic-depressive -- that requires you to have moments of intense elation, and i never feel like that.

but to be clinically depressed, you have to experience symptoms for a 6 month period, and i never have that either. i snap out after a few weeks.

it's nice to know that it's not just me, though. i guess if i'm crazy, then so is everybody else, and that's slightly more reassuring.

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I sooooooooooooooo no what you mean its happend about 3 times when me+ bf have been intimate with eachother i suddently think about how happy he makes me+how much i love him and i cry for no reason! He only noticed once as i tried to contain myself quickly the last time i just told him my eye was watering! he he he! i dont know why it happens either.
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I imagine we all have those experiences. It's hard when other are around, especially close friends because it makes them feel bad.

But hey, I wouldn't run off to the therapist (unless you feel like it) just because of that. Our psyche is a growing organism and not everything happens in our field of conscious thought. In fact, whe spend a lot of energy ignoring most of what is happening inside of our mind/bodies so sometimes we don't really know consciously what is happening with our selves.

Sometimes our mind body needs to cry. And sometimes our mind-body needs to call our conscious attention. Like hey come on, we need to get the pieces together here. there are definitely some things you need to deal with inside yourself, but hey, its OK babe.

I would suggest some time alone, just observing your mind, listening to your body, with no one around, no distractions. Just hear what its telling you--I'll bet its talking loud and clear. Then you'll know just what to do.


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Sexual activity can cause intense emotions but guys, just out of curiousity, how many of you are on the pill?
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I just wanted to know what is Intense elation?????

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U2girl,
Intense elation is basically just another way of saying intense happiness.

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ILOVECASEY
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DOES IT HURT THE FRIST TIME YOU HAVE SEX? DOES IT FEEL GOOD? SO PEOPLE HAVE TOLD ME THAT YOU SHOULD GET FINGURED FRIST BEFORE YOU HAVE SEX BECAUSE THEN IT WONT HURT AS BAD. IS THAT TRUE?
AFTER SEX DO YOU FEEL HAPPY?

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Person who loves Casey, please do not post in all captials. It makes it difficult to read and in the forum world on the Internet it means you are screaming.

To learn more about sexual intercourse, I suggest you read through the articles in the site. Start off with the ones listed under the frequently asked question (FAQ) area and then make your way around. It really is a great site and has most of the answers to your questions.

Start with clicking on the button on the top of the page that says Hey You! Lookie Here! Board Information and Help. That is where you can find the FAQ.

[This message has been edited by bettie (edited 13 October 2000).]


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