Minerva's Breakdown 

Advice for those on the verge

Dear Minerva,

I recently got out of a very unhealthy relationship with a manipulative, controlling, jealous and mean person. We had our share of good times but, overall, it's best the relationship ended and I don't feel lonely at all. The only problem is, it was the best sex I've ever had in my life and the sex I've had since then can't even begin to compare. It leaves me feeling unsatisfied and frustrated. I know the pain of the relationship wasn't worth the sex, but what if I never find intimacy that passionate again?

—Missing My Orgasms

Dear Missing,

This brings to mind the love of my life (so far). It was like he walked off the cover of a romance novel into my arms, long, flowing hair; bronzed, glistening chest; and all. All that was missing was a Greek Revival mansion burning in the background. We didn't just have sex. We made the kind of love that made the world disappear in a flood of colored lights. The kind that left me so vulnerable it drove me to tears. He and I are no longer. While I miss his brand of lovemaking, I remain a hopeful romantic. If I never find it again, I am grateful I had it while I did. That is all any of us can do—be hopeful and thankful.

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