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Types of Women - Nymphomaniac
If you are a new midlife bachelor, then you probably have forgotten what having great sex is all about. You may have also forgotten what having sex frequently means … as often sex in long-term relationships slows down to a crawl in terms of frequency. [A lot of guys I know in long-term multi-year relationships are
lucky to get laid once every two weeks.] If as a midlife bachelor you suddenly find yourself dating a nymphomaniac, then your world is changing drastically for the better – at least for the short-term. A nymphomaniac is a woman who loves to have a lot of sex as often as possible. And if she is attractive and only interested in you – then life is truly a happy place!
How do you explain a nymphomaniac? She’s just GOT to have you – it is that simple … and there is nothing more attractive to a midlife bachelor than a woman who has GOT to have him! It is just sex all the time … hot, sloppy, repeated sex ALL THE TIME. Nevermind why – it doesn’t matter (at least not in the short-term). You have to take it for what it is – a blessing that God has bestowed upon you (I say it this way, and I’m not a religious man). Women like this don’t grow on trees – they are not everywhere. In fact, I believe they are few and far between. Some people go a lifetime without dating one. But if you are one of the fortunate few to date one, you will smile when you think of her for the rest of your life! Now there are a few problems associated with nymphomaniac women – but I’ll come back to that after my examples.
In my own past, I believe that I’ve only dated one nymphomaniac. To me, a nymphomaniac is a woman who wants to have sex more than twice a day … and in my example, we were having it four or five times a day. I actually discussed this particular nymphomaniac girlfriend, Becky, in the “Great Sex Hides the Truth” section of Fundamental Truth #3 – but I’m going to elaborate here. As I mentioned, I had known Becky as a friend for many years … and I always thought she was hot stuff. She was very pretty, blonde, and had a nice curvy shape to her. She wasn’t fat, but she wasn’t skinny either – I think she probably weighed around 130. She was always super sweet to me – very polite, personable … and I could tell that she was interested in me even though for as long as I had known her, each of us had a girlfriend or boyfriend at any given time. To make a long story short, Becky was breaking up with her long-term boyfriend – and she started hanging out with me during lunchtime, strictly as friends. Over a period of months, however, there was this chemistry between us that became so obvious that neither of us could ignore it. It started with one hardcore makeout session kiss – and it quickly progressed into the bedroom. After the first night of sex, she started coming over at all hours of the day or night. Sometimes on weekends, we would spend the entire late morning and afternoon in bed … having sex time after time. I was in my very late thirties at this point in time, and honestly I hadn’t had sex with a woman more than twice in one session since my late teens or early twenties … I didn’t even think it was possible for me to do it that many times – but I did. Becky just craved me – and she was the perfect sex partner for me. I was so hyper-attracted to her that I could not help having sex with her. It was the most intense experience of my midlife bachelorhood.
Of course, that whole relationship with Becky came crashing down within several months. As I explained earlier in the “Great Sex Hides the Truth” section of Fundamental Truth #3 - as I got more entwined in Becky’s life, I discovered things about her that I really didn’t like and couldn’t handle. Becky wasn’t a bad person – although she did wind up cheating on me. Instead I think that Becky was in a stage of her own life where she needed attention and gratification – and even though I was very sad to see her go, I’m glad she did go.
Another midlife bachelor example of nymphomania is from my good Midwestern friend, Cornfed Ed. Cornfed lives in Nebraska – and had been married for roughly twenty years, with two children. For various reasons, he and his wife split up – and Cornfed found himself age 40, and alone in the Midwest. Now Cornfed is a former US Marine, a pretty physically-fit guy overall. He has all his hair, and he is not gray. He doesn’t really look 42 today – although he was age 40 when all of this was happening. He met one of his new apartment neighbors – a younger woman named Tracy who was 28 at the time. I don’t know all of the details of their relationship because I live in Southern California, and heard much of this second-hand from Cornfed Ed. But he would tell me that this woman was a former stripper with a large pair of hooters … and that she would just love to have sex with him repeatedly (four or five times a night). Tracy is apparently a very emotional woman – as Ed has told me that she makes his life very difficult at times. He says that she is very moody, and yells and screams and carries on quite a bit. It has been two years, and Ed is still with her – but he has moved out from living with her … as she was making his life, and that of his 10-year old son, fairly uncomfortable. But whether Ed lives under the same roof as her or not, he tells me that to this day, they still knock it out at least several times each day. Probably not EVERY day, but most days, I imagine.
You (the midlife bachelor) are probably reading this, and thinking “Wow – I must find me one of these nymphomaniac women”. Well you should probably experience something like this at least once in your life BUT REMEMBER that there is a price to pay. What I mean here is that in my mind, anytime there is extreme behavior involved – there is usually a downside that you might not see right away. I said much earlier that “Great Sex Hides the Truth” … you should definitely remember that. When things are new and very hot, you tend to overlook potential incompatibilities. Plus both of you are typically on your best behavior at the beginning … so just try to stay grounded no matter what the circumstances. In case you missed the lessons from both my and my friend, Cornfed Ed’s experiences with nymphomaniac women, here they are:
- Nymphomaniac women may need attention from more than just one person.
- Nymphomania may be a symptom of a mood disorder.
- Be prepared to quickly cut your losses, and move on – but always smile when you think of the nymphomaniac woman because she was God’s gift to your midlife bachelorhood!
Get what you can out of your relationship with a nymphomaniac woman – and be prepared to cut your losses in a hurry, and move on. [This is sometimes known as “guerrilla dating” … where you hit her hard, and then get out of there in a big hurry! I do not mean physically strike her – rather I mean sleep with her quickly, and then vanish into thin air as if you were never there to begin with.]
You might also find the following other pages of midlifebachelor.com helpful:
Nymphomania - Not Always a Good Thing on the Midlife Forum
Advantages of Cheating on Your Spouse or Girlfriend
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