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Dear Wendy: “Is Cybersex Cheating?”

I have been married for two years and am blissfully happy. Recently I went off the Pill because it was affecting my sex drive and since then it’s been so high that I can’t seem to stop thinking about sex for more than a few minutes. I have to admit that it feels great and I am having orgasms more frequently and easily. My husband is elated by this, but unfortunately he has a job that takes him away a lot — like about three times a month for several days at a time. He’s gone right now for two more days and I have been climbing the walls with frustration; yesterday I had the day off and I masturbated for several hours, having about 15 to 20 orgasms. Then I did something bad. I went on a website and found another guy who was like me, and we have been sending each other dirty emails for a couple days. It has been just the release I need, really hot but not actually doing anything wrong. But then I stopped and wondered if that was true. On one hand I feel guilty that I am finding such pleasure and excitement through someone else, and on the other hand this is just a fantasy to keep me from losing it while my husband’s away, so what’s the harm? Is it really wrong? Should I tell him? Should I stop? I don’t know what to do! — Horny and Alone

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Love Vandal: Industrial Emotions

Reader Morgan snapped this in the Richmond district of San Francisco.

Have you seen graffiti that’s kind of sweet (even if it is against the law)? Send your pic to tips@thefrisky.com. Keep reading »

Ask The Astrosexologist: Cancer Hopes For Future With Manipulative Virgo

My guy’s birthday is 9/16 and mine is 6/23. We dated for five months when he was living in my town for work. He asked me to move with him to his town and I agreed. Shortly after moving, he became distant. After a year, he broke up with me and I moved back to my hometown. Five months later, we began to see each other on occasion and I’d spend nights. Everything was wonderful, as it was in the beginning. Last month, I saw a profile he had online, which said, “…not looking for a bulls**t partner for life.” I was devastated. I thought we were working on building a new foundation. He said he felt used and that there were things in me that he didn’t want to be around for the rest of his life. This is the first time he has said anything about our breakup. Yes, he is right, I am emotionally insecure at times, but also very loving. I miss him so much and have apologized for my mistakes. He said he was done. Do you see us getting back together? How and when should I approach him again? – Lost in Michigan

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Dear Wendy: “My 33-Year-Old Boyfriend Still Lives At Home”

It’s time again for “Shortcuts,” wherein I answer readers’ letters in two sentences or less. Sometimes the answer to a person’s question is so obvious and the need to hear it so great, being as clear and frank as possible is simply the best way to go. Today we discuss un-ambitious significant others, jealous friends, and interpreting mixed signals. Keep reading »

Can Your Relationship Survive Disasters Of Biblical Proportion?

I don’t care how in love you are. No matter how much naked-couple time you log, how often you finish each other’s sentences—even if you regularly eat up hours marveling at the beauty that is your unique, special snowflake of love, every relationship has its ups and downs.

Rare is the couple that can’t handle the highs. Sure, you hear about the occasional marriage that breaks up over lottery windfalls (or when the female half wins an Academy Award, ahem), but for the most part, good fortune is a breeze. It’s the rough stuff that puts your love to the test. And what could be harder to handle than the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?!

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Dear Wendy: “My Ex Still Contacts My Kids On Facebook”

I’m a single mom and I recently broke off a relationship of about a year with a guy who’s a single dad. I grew up in a step-family and could see danger ahead if we continued the relationship. Just suffice it to say that my kids are a big part of my life, but for my former SO, his kid IS his life. Here’s what I question: when I dumped him, of course, he unfriended me on Facebook. While I don’t live and die by my online presence, what bugs me (although I don’t know if it should) is that he has kept all my kids as Facebook friends. He comments on their posts, and sends them messages! I don’t stalk him online, but other than block my kids from my feeds, I keep seeing the comments. In the real world, I really don’t think ex-SOs would keep in contact with kids, but who knows? I thought maybe you could give me some perspective! — Single Mom

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