• To You RE: Your Porn Addiction.

    by  • August 25, 2013 • * Safe for Work *, Self-Esteem • 0 Comments

    How am I supposed to compare? Am I supposed to compare? I see these girls who live in my house. In your phone. In a private locked box hidden beneath the bed where we are supposed to make love. I mean, I see these girls in the history on the computer. They have the same legs as me. They bleed like me. I look at my breasts, and instead of seeing what I should, upright and womanly breast who have nursed four children, I see every single flaw. I look at my belly, and instead of seeing a beautiful, round piece of amazement that will bare your 5th child very soon, I see confusion. How am I supposed to hold your attention. It is my job to hold your attention, right? Its your problem. Sure its your problem. I mean, I have such a pretty face. Don’t I? I mean, full lips, big blue eyes. But I see these girls and realize: I’m 37 years old. I’m done. You get better looking. I get ugly. Why does this make me less worthy???? I try to make my self laugh when I dream up a world where penis size is incorporated into every male pair of pants much like tits in a shirt. Where your shortcomings will be as blatant and cruel as mine are. But, I don’t want to be mean. I love you. I care. I want you to feel good about who you are. I guess I’m alone in that. This addiction. Its your problem, not mine. Isn’t it?

    <3
    Me

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