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Yeah! It's kinda romantic in a weird way if you ask me. It's so reassuring to know that my partner knows what I go through in terms of anxiety. Its something to laugh about down the road and in time that similarity can be the very thing that calms you down.

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I know you folks don't usually like follow ups but an anecdote came to mind. When we were only in our 3rd or 4th month of dating both my girlfriend and I fell asleep during sex at the same time! We both woke up extremely embarrassed and flustered. I thought I was done for. In all honesty we bonded a lot in the process! Despite the awkwardness we just passed a year and 7 months! Don't worry OP, sex is almost never the way you expect it to be. It sounds like you've found yourself a good match; th

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your sentence stumped me. I thought too was correct but now... I'm not so sure because you're are talking about two different things.

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well seizures and anxiety attacks are different. so im not sure where they came up with seizures. and i accidentally put "too" not "two" whoops. its been a very long day i, too, had to think about my spelling here for the correct one. lol

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Least he still gave you an orgasm, and think of it this way: it must have been pretty good for you to get an anxiety attack.

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Are...are you trying to say panicked? All I can think is pancaked, which sounds awful considering the context of the FML.

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Pa(naked). As in panicked like an anxiety attack. It was supposed to be a pun but I guess it wasn't clear enough..

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#10 I thought it was smart to come up with a pun like that. It's like orgasm some people just don't get it.

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