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  1. RadiantBeam
    2010-01-21 19:31
    Thank you for the positive rep.
  2. Otaku Emperor
    2010-01-20 15:15
    Otaku Emperor
    I've seen ya around a ton.

    But you dun seem to have many visitor messages >.<

    So Imma gonna add one.

  3. SeijiSensei
    2009-12-02 23:16
    I happened upon your comments about training bras in the Sexuality thread this evening. I'm a single dad and haven't been involved in buying lingerie for my daughter since she turned about twelve (she's eighteen now). Most of her bras she's either bought herself, or they were bought for her by her mother or grandmother. I, too, was surprised by the number of padded bras she's received over the years, particularly the ones from grandma. She certainly has no need to amplify her figure, so I wondered where this fetish came from. I suspect that her grandmother was afraid that if she wore a thin, unpadded bra her nipples might occasionally protrude, and we certainly couldn't let that happen, could we?

    (I must admit though, as a man, I find erect nipples protruding through clothing quite sexy. It always adds a little spice to watching women's tennis.)

    I'm sure I would have had the same reaction as you to a lace, plunge, underwire training bra. What, precisely, is this designed to train a girl for?

    She had her first period at about 10 1/2, an event I recall rather vividly. I was starting to prepare for it mentally, but I wasn't ready for it to happen quite that soon. One unfortunate consequence of starting early is that it freezes the girl's height at that point. She'd have preferred to have started later and to have ended up a couple of inches taller.
  4. Narona
    2009-11-15 04:00
    "I just personally find it distasteful, the US's approach of "oh take this pill it'll fix everything, and we won't need to delve into the actual problem."
    Agreed. Though i'll add sometimes a mood and so the life and problems of a person can be influenced by actual physical problems that are not always spotted at first.

    For example, I heard Thyroid problems can cause a person to become even more depressive.

    Anyway, my question was mainly about the doctors. For example, when your heard hurts, the big majority of doctors in France will never talk to you about herbal teas, they will give you aspirin. And I do believe that if a chemical/synthetic substance can be avoided, it should be taken into account. problem is, many doctors seems to have no knowledges about, for examples, plants. Or they avoid to talk about it.

    And sorry for my late reply
  5. RadiantBeam
    2009-11-08 22:05
    Thank you for this:

    Originally Posted by cheyannew View Post
    Whereas I call that being smart and choosy Mr/Ms RIGHT instead of RightNow
    It made me feel better about not dating anyone for the last three or four years.
  6. Narona
    2009-11-08 15:15
    Originally Posted by cheyannew View Post
    Psychologists are (generally) as competent as psychiatrists; just choose to not go the medicinal route.

    Thus why I chose to pursue psychology instead of psychiatry; I use a more holistic approach to ailments and whatnot, so the lean towards counseling as opposed to prescribing meds appealed to me
    A quick offtopic question, is there some phytotherapy / trace-elements specialists among the doctors/psychologists etc. in the US?
  7. Galatea33
    2009-09-16 16:51
    Hello Cheyannew ;> you're sig sure is somehow.. visually poetic to me =)

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