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    Hi again,

    From Wiki "Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), originally called Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome (PSAS) and also known as Restless Genital Syndrome (ReGS or RGS)"

    I am not a doctor, however I'd say this is a possibility for you.

    This is a medical paper on how it was successfully treated in one person: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/1...8.01210.x/full
    And here two others: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/1...nticated=false

    However there may be natural methods to deal with it, if you look on-line/speak to a naturopathic MD/herbalist. My first point of call personally would be the mind, psychotherapy using CBT (cognative behavioural therapy), to reframe (change the way you react, by association) the reaction or find the cause or origin, i.e. there might be a historical reason, why you have developed this.

    Unfortunately I don't know your background and usually this require in depth analysis, so it may/may not be helpful for you.

    If you want to try to help yourself NLP or CBT books should be available at the library and they will outline how to try to re-associate things and help your body using your mind.

    Good luck.

    All the best,

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    Default Valentines-Day goodbye

    It's been a half year since I've last seen her.
    I've decided to give up trying, but I want to say goodbye with a present for V-Day, since it's the day we've
    started dating.

    The present is a drawing of her, and a donation of 10.000 to an animal-rescue organisation in her name.
    (She loved art and animals)

    But I can't decide if I should do it.
    Would it seem like a desperate attempt to get her back?
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    Dear DatNg,

    Arrrgghh... run away! No presents, no contact, stop fooling yourself! This is in my humble opinion an attempt from your subconscious want to be with her, you know it's not the right thing to do, or you wouldn't be asking here "Would it seem like a desperate attempt to get her back?".

    Focus on yourself. Put the drawing away in a box, like your feelings for her. Look at what you want in life, make some goals to achieve and focus on those and having fun with friends.

    IMV you already know this, stop spending your precious energy in a wasteful way. Breathe and focus on yourself.

    You are the key to your own happiness.

    All the best,

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