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Farewell from a sad monger….. I hope

Notmejohn666

The Lonely Monger
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#61
You're not overthinking anything. Your reasons are important because they are your reasons and effect you.

It's good that you took the time to take stock and recognize that you are not where you want to be.

We may visit lots of different providers but at the end of a session we leave with ourselves.

Sounds mean, but I hope I never read another post from you lol.
:LOL: And I was planning on keeping this up as a series called The Sad Monger
 

Blixen

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I hear what you're saying Slim. If by addiction we mean letting it interfere negatively with other aspects of life then sure, I just meant the constant seeking and craving for sex without the ability to do without for extended periods of time. Maybe its a bad example but I was thinking about people who are addicted to food, I would still call 375 lb people food 'addicts' even if it doesn't mean they are missing work or going broke because of their habit.

It's a habit they can't seem to get under control and to me the average monger is no different. I see us mongers as rather self-absorbed narcissists always looking inward and everything being about us and our hedonistic pleasures and own gratification. Instead of doing more productive things with our lives we dwell on the next hot amp chick we can bang and the buzz on the newest amp opening in our area.

Sex is a VERY VERY big deal to people on this board, while I am sure there are more normal dudes out there who don't find it necessary to turn to prostitutes and wouldn't even occur to them to do so, maybe being happily married where sex doesn't play much of a role in their lives and they are AOK with it. Just think that guys that spend countless hours dedicated to a board that specializes in information about whores puts us in a league of our own when it comes to focus on sex and that to me is an obsession or addiction.

Not trying to put anyone down, as I said I fully put myself in this category. Been going this route since 1995 so I consider myself either rather obsessed or a full blown sex/whore addict.Then again, maybe I have it all wrong lol.
I really relate to your take on this.
Seems to me we’re all addicted to varying degrees: I’ve always been impressed by friends who don’t partake, and wondered what the core difference was.
I’m in the category of older, married monger whose wife just doesn’t want much sex, so the occasional romp is easy to justify; yet I could make more of an effort to seduce my wife, which I would on a desert island!
But being in NYC is like bring a kid in a candy store - incredible variety of high-quality girls.
There’s no hope for us.
 

TIskier

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I really relate to your take on this.
Seems to me we’re all addicted to varying degrees: I’ve always been impressed by friends who don’t partake, and wondered what the core difference was.
I’m in the category of older, married monger whose wife just doesn’t want much sex, so the occasional romp is easy to justify; yet I could make more of an effort to seduce my wife, which I would on a desert island!
But being in NYC is like bring a kid in a candy store - incredible variety of high-quality girls.
There’s no hope for us.
NYC and some other cities are very difficult being a faithful married man in. Most other places don’t present you the daily temptation of hotties from every corner of the earth who you’d wanna risk it all just to bed.
 

Koondog

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I really relate to your take on this.
Seems to me we’re all addicted to varying degrees: I’ve always been impressed by friends who don’t partake, and wondered what the core difference was.
I’m in the category of older, married monger whose wife just doesn’t want much sex, so the occasional romp is easy to justify; yet I could make more of an effort to seduce my wife, which I would on a desert island!
But being in NYC is like bring a kid in a candy store - incredible variety of high-quality girls.
There’s no hope for us.
"I’ve always been impressed by friends who don’t partake, and wondered what the core difference was."

Now there's a question to ponder. My guess would be most of his here have more addictive personalities than the average person. I know in other aspects of life, when I REALLY like something I'm all in. My father was the same way, he loved hunting and fishing and this pretty much consumed his free time.

Let's face it---the idea of a guy just being able to drive to some nondescript building and 5 minutes later be balls-deep inside some really attractive woman is pretty remarkable and I dare say can easily turn into an obsession very quickly. Especially for those of us sans wife and girlfriend. Hell even WITH girlfriend it's pretty impossible to stop lol
 

Blixen

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"I’ve always been impressed by friends who don’t partake, and wondered what the core difference was."

Now there's a question to ponder. My guess would be most of his here have more addictive personalities than the average person. I know in other aspects of life, when I REALLY like something I'm all in. My father was the same way, he loved hunting and fishing and this pretty much consumed his free time.

Let's face it---the idea of a guy just being able to drive to some nondescript building and 5 minutes later be balls-deep inside some really attractive woman is pretty remarkable and I dare say can easily turn into an obsession very quickly. Especially for those of us sans wife and girlfriend. Hell even WITH girlfriend it's pretty impossible to stop lol
Yes, addictive personalities, I think that’s right.
But why sex?
As opposed to drugs, gambling, jumping out of airplanes, or traveling to war zones? Are these all just varieties of pleasure, one - or more - of which we lack the discipline to say No to?
 

solomon_456

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I’m kind of embarrassed to discover that we all here are (myself included) a bunch of low functioning losers, I once heard a good line “rich people are those who’s lust for money is greater than their lust for girls” I’m seeing in this discussion that more less all guys on this board have too much extra time and not using it to enrich themselves, again I’m no different but it did cause me to self reflect, will I change? Who knows but being honest with yourself is a step in the right direction
 

dirkjones

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Society has conditioned you to believe what you are doing is wrong. Just like it’s conditioned most mongers to treat the women that do this difficult job of pleasing us as though they’re just an object for our sexual gratification, a whore, nothing more. There’s nothing wrong with what these women do for work.
I get you're trying to make this guy feel better but difficult job? They do half ass massages and take dick all day. It's a job... but not all that difficult. You don't need much training for it, basically just have a pulse and holes. And what these women do for work is illegal, so there is something wrong with it in that sense. This guy is caught up in religious shit.
 

dirkjones

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Since no one among us could possibly know that for certain I don't think that's right.
even if they did exist, why would they hate this guy sticking his ding dong in a wet hole so much? who came up with that concept? if this guy was born on some remote island and never heard a word of God/Devil, guilt, shame, etc... would he still have this "addiction"? doubt it. I'm not trying to convince him to not stop... this thing is a money sucking system and STD's are a real concern, so he's def better off.
 

solomon_456

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if this guy was born on some remote island and never heard a word of God/Devil, guilt, shame, etc... would he still have this "addiction"? doubt it.
Yes, you might wanna read up a little on addiction it has nothing to do with religion/faith, although faith and religion will help deal with addiction much easier
 

Notmejohn666

The Lonely Monger
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even if they did exist, why would they hate this guy sticking his ding dong in a wet hole so much? who came up with that concept? if this guy was born on some remote island and never heard a word of God/Devil, guilt, shame, etc... would he still have this "addiction"? doubt it. I'm not trying to convince him to not stop... this thing is a money sucking system and STD's are a real concern, so he's def better off.
I consider myself agnostic/theist but there is a deep rooted fear instilled in me from past religious experiences (Roman catholic). I can’t really pinpoint exactly what started my addiction, but I always had an unhealthy fascination with pornography and sex even as young as 5 years old. I knew watching sex scenes in movies was forbidden as a kid, which made it impossible to resist and I had to find a way to watch. And to address your other comments about sex work. If you yourself had to sell your body for money, would it be easy for you? I don’t think you really acknowledge or realize the hidden mask some of these girls put on to keep up with this lifestyle. Just try to have some understanding.
 

dirkjones

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Yes, you might wanna read up a little on addiction it has nothing to do with religion/faith, although faith and religion will help deal with addiction much easier
if you read the comment he posted right after yours, you will see his issue has everything to do with his prior religion/faith. “Addiction” may not be the correct word for what he’s going through. Sounds more like “Religious Trauma Syndrome”.
I consider myself agnostic/theist but there is a deep rooted fear instilled in me from past religious experiences (Roman catholic). I can’t really pinpoint exactly what started my addiction, but I always had an unhealthy fascination with pornography and sex even as young as 5 years old. I knew watching sex scenes in movies was forbidden as a kid, which made it impossible to resist and I had to find a way to watch. And to address your other comments about sex work. If you yourself had to sell your body for money, would it be easy for you? I don’t think you really acknowledge or realize the hidden mask some of these girls put on to keep up with this lifestyle. Just try to have some understanding.
what you consider yourself today doesn’t really matter, you would need to unravel whatever past damage was done from religious brainwashing. As far as understanding what these girls have to go through, I rather not. In general, it’s an easy living for them since they just need to own basic anatomy and collect money on their backs. If you disagree that’s cool, I’m not here to understand what makes these girls tick and put them on a pedestal. They provide a service I enjoy paying for from time to time.
 

dirkjones

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Totally understand ; for some it’s the old post nut clarity asking why did we keep doing it ? For others it is more extreme . I think it comes down to our biggest enemy - boredom
It's a decision/choice we make and with any decision/choice comes the benefit or consequence of said decision/choice. If you have endless funds, a great immune system and no religious/societal restrictions bogging you down... you can have a good old time. Unfortunately, most people are weighed down by some hang up that gets in the way. I find, when I space it out, have the money to burn and monger wisely... I don't have much post nut clarity guilt (if any). Much like if I have a Reese's peanut butter cup now and then and not eat the whole bag every other day.
 
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