She Couldn’t Get Satisfaction for 23 Years Until She Tried This Trick

Although she is now 45 years old, Mary hadn’t climaxed until three years ago, and it was not for lack of trying. She was 19 when she got down for the very first time, which was also the first time for the guy. Afterward, Mary felt disappointed and couldn’t help wondering whether that was it. Unfortunately, things did not get any better in her twenties and thirties.

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Although Mary fooled around with two other guys and went all the way with another, it still did nothing for her. She came away from getting down with the third man having decided to save herself for her husband. As unlikely as it might seem, she stuck to that decision and only got down with her hubby after they were married. By then Mary was 36 years old.

As is common practice, Mary, and her husband-to-be underwent premarital counseling. Surprisingly, one of the guidelines she set for their relationship was that they would get down three times a week. This decision was despite the fact that she did not expect to get satisfaction. Having dated and fooled around for two and a-half years, Mary knew that she enjoyed physical affections such as touching and hugging.

Although Mary read romance novels and heard talk of how great getting some was, it was just another chore for her. Even though her husband asked her to say what she liked and when it felt good, it just wasn’t enough to make her come. Regardless, Mary kept thinking there had to be something more to the whole business of getting down. She knew there had to be an explanation out there.

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