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    Default Make her a nympho

    Just wondering how this can be done.

    Looked online at a few websites and came up with different ways. Does anyone know a way that works?


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    Default Re: Make her a nympho

    It depends what you mean by "nympho". Are you referring to wishing she would want to have sex more frequently, or do you mean you wish she would expand her sexual horizons, or both?

    If she is truly suffering from a depressed libido, there can sometimes be some medical reasons which are causing that, so if that's the case, she may want to discuss that with her physician.

    Assuming that isn't the case, and this is just a situation where your idea of a good and satisfying sex life is something different than her idea of a good and satisfying sex life, then that is something you two need to discuss. People are different and everyone has their own idea of what is good for them. You may just be on different wavelengths, but you won't have a feel for where each other are truly coming from until you talk about it.

    In my unprofessional opinion, the best sex lives go hand in hand with the best relationships. Working on making your relationship as strong as it can be is a worthy objective in and of itself, but also pays dividends in the bedroom too.
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    In my unprofessional opinion, the best sex lives go hand in hand with the best relationships. Working on making your relationship as strong as it can be is a worthy objective in and of itself, but also pays dividends in the bedroom too.
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    Default Re: Make her a nympho

    Nymphomania, although a term not recognized by tha American Psyatric Association, is a word having a very negative connotation. It implies a woman not in control of her feelings and urges. Would you really want that?
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