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#1 2019-09-03 18:52:39

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advice needed

hello! usually i just lurk on this site, but ive been having a bit of a problem and i was wondering if anyone could help me out. im in a long distance relationship with a man who i love very much. he knows about my cardiophilia, but he rarely ever does anything about it. however, im too embarrassed to ask him to do anything! how can i make myself feel less embarrassed about it? i really want to share this with him because its important to me


#2 2019-09-03 23:22:35

From: Middle of nowhere, Kansas
Joined: 2017-02-15
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Re: advice needed

Hard to say. Does he know how much you're into it? Maybe he has no idea what to do, you might be able to give a few ideas. My gf and I are also long distance and a while back we'd send each other our heart rates now and then, we've actually started doing that again recently. Or if my heart was racing after going for a run I'd think of her and grab a quick recording. It's probably harder for someone who doesn't "get it" to understand, so I think you'll just have to explain it. Getting over the awkwardness is something I think just comes with time and with just doing it.


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