I am 18 going on 19 very soon and I have never had a bofriend or ever been kissed. The closest I have ever gotten to having a boyfriend was when I was 15 but that did not go down to well. But back to the issue at hand.
I am always constantly feeiling horny. I do not know why. I feel like at least 1.5 time ever hour i think about nasty things, and funnily enough I have never done anything before.
I don't drink or party and I'm in college as well. I really do not like thinking about nasty things due to religious reasons. I am a muslim and thoughts like these are not permitted at all. This hass been going on for about two years now.
I cannot stop touching myself!!!!! And I really hate that i do this. If anyone evr found out I dont know what I would do. I like to think of my self as a pure person and I do not like the fact that all I ever think about is feeling good. I try to think and pin point the reason why and I always end up at the reason being that I have never actually physically been in a rlationship and That I may just be eager to try all these new things. However I do plan on no sex till marriage. It is something I am very Very adamant about. Like i literrally dont care what most of the people around me have to say about that issue.
I am not the most religious person in the world but that is one rule I intend to never ever break. I littlerally trust no one but God but yet I alwways seem to disapoint Him and myself. I know this is not a religion forum but I really need advice or help on how to kick this feelings away. I do not what to roll with them, beacause I know many people will say..."Your a teeneager with all these raging hormones...and blah blah blah" but I just dont want to do these things.
My mind says know but by body is always overpowering my mind. I have gone months at a time within the past two years without touching myself but lately my will power has been diminishing. I tired and I want to stop. Please any suggestion on things I can do.
Posts: 13 | From: scotland | Registered: Mar 2012
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I'm so sorry this post was missed, helpneeded.
Whatever our religious beliefs are, we always have the right to choose not to masturbate. What people often say about hormones is actually incorrect; as they only play a tiny part in sexual desire.
It isn't likely that not having been in a relationship before is causing you to feel aroused. We're all born with sexualities and it's common to fantasize and masturbate whatever our age, religion or level of sexual experience with a partner. However, as I said, we advise stopping if it's something you don't want to be doing.
Here are some alternative ways people express and manage those feelings and desires:
• engaging in sensual, rather than directly sexual things, like say, dancing, doing lovely things for your body (like say, soaking in a hot spring or getting a henna tattoo), creating or eating foods that feel very sensually pleasing for you
• exercise. That can include things like the above that feel sensual or those that don't.
- Indulging in your hobbies and interests. What do you like to do with your spare time?
Any of those have any appeal?
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