My G Spot Is Broken!! Help!!

Those of you ladies who use vibrators regularly know the syndrome. When you first start hanging out with "your little friend", that ever so wonderful technological marvel known as the vibrator, the orgasms you experience are earth shattering, mind twisting and will make both your face and vocal cords contort and twist into shapes and sounds you never knew were possible. The first time I ever used mine, I came like The Exorcist. Literally. I screamed so hard that I had to stuff a towel in my mouth 'lest the neighbors would think I was being murdered, and my body contorted in a way that resembled an electrocution. Was not pretty, but MAN, was that the most INTENSE orgasm I'd ever had EVER! And that first orgasm tripped into several of them, one after the other! I was flopping around on the couch like a rag doll with one finger stuck in the light socket. WOW! "Where you been all my life???!!!", was the first thought I had upon recovering.

Well, our close friendship from that day grew, and we began to visit with each other more often. I loved my new friend, and made sure to set aside at least a few minutes every day or so for us to spend together some quality time. It was bliss. The thing is, pretty soon I began to notice that our "happy moment" was getting harder to achieve and taking much longer to get to. And then one day, it totally stopped. No matter how hard I tried to make my little vibrator see things my way, it just wasn't happening. I couldn't climax. I was ready to cry! That was the day that my G spot broke and my vibrator stopped working. At least, that's the way I saw it!

This little phenomenon of having your vibrator stop working is actually pretty common. First of all, the sensation that your clitoris receives from the rapid vibrations stimulates the nerves so quickly and efficiently that those nerves which trigger an orgasm are stimulated to their "blast off" point faster than you can blink an eye. And the orgasm is such a physiological event that it really does take it to the maximum level in a way that normal methods of achieving an orgasm can hardly duplicate. But after a while of repeated usages, the nerves in that area become accustomed to this level of stimulation and no longer respond as quickly. A regular vibrator user will find it harder and harder and that it takes much longer to climax each time. So, is your G spot really "broken"? No. It's just seen it and done it all before and now needs a lot more work to be impressed. Just like a smart girl, it won't just give it all up on the first date anymore. However, instead of working harder for it, you will have to pull back. Instead of getting a stronger model, stop using your vibrator altogether for a few weeks. Yes, weeks. For more hardcore users, you might have to go without for a few months. Reclaiming the original "shock value" that your clitoral nerves once had will take some time. Back off, find less mechanical ways to achieve your orgasms and then, when you feel that enough time has passed, give the old vibrator a whirl again. You should be able to get back to orgasms as usual. However, don't overdo it. Save your little buddy for special occasions. Then, you will be able to enjoy many more times together the way you like, just fewer and farther in between! ;)

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