Both words are inspired by Greek mythology: nymphs are “minor deities represented as beautiful maidens” and satyrs are “woodland creature[s] depicted as having the pointed ears, legs, and short horns of a goat and a fondness for unrestrained revelry.”9. The book “Nymphomania, A History” describes how Victorian doctors feared that “eating rich food, consuming too much chocolate, dwelling on impure thoughts, reading novels, or performing “secret pollutions” (masturbating)… Tons of girls and guys are in your region, ready to have some fun!I'm currently talking to a girl I like a lot, and basically, she's close to being a nympho too (from both the girl's mouth by the way, not mine) and I can't have cheating anymore in my life. Not if you can't keep up w/ her ..the older that they get, their upkeep seems to keep escalating as well.So I'm just wondering if a girl can be both nympho and faithful?? Cheating is the thrill after it's gone w/ you ..holds true for 'horndog' men who cheat also. Trust until you feel you can't trust her (you'll know).Welcome to the modern "Use 'em and then lose 'em" mindset. I can honestly say it wasn't the sex that made me cheat in the past. Think of comparing someone who can hold his alcohol (said with pride) to an alcoholic (shame). There's nothing wrong with that, and it's in no way a symptom of cheating. The quest for a nympho is looking for quality sex, and not quantity as some people might express it .Sorry..true definition of that condition all but precludes faithful behavior. When I was younger, I dated a woman who fit your description of a "nympho". In my past I didn't control it and I have been in relationships where I have cheated. I have had a lot of issues with self-respect/self-esteem and my seeking another sexual partner while in the relationships I was in was basically due largely in part to the fact that I wasn't happy, wasn't being fulfilled, wasn't in a stable and loving relationship to start with. All it means for me is that I'm more then likely ready to *go* when you are. It was the lack of emotional connection that I had with my partner at that time. People who label themselves nymphos usually just mean they have a high sex drive. She will look until she has been satisfied...becomes a nymph because her conviction is "sex is just not good enough" regardless of how you might view it Sure - an ex-roommate of mine was quite an active lass. Now, when he was out of town, she baked muffins, cleaned house, did all sorts of things to divert her other interests. Well let's just say that there's another story involving the rest of the house having Olympic-style scoring cards for after one of their sessions. A person with a sex problem isn't looking for someone to keep up with them, they are looking for some sort of reinforcement from many people.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I have no idea how you would be able to tell the difference, but ask yourself this: How on Earth would any man have let her get away?
You may have also forgotten what having sex frequently means ... Nevermind why - it doesn't matter (at least not in the short-term).and in my example, we were having it four or five times a day.I actually discussed this particular nymphomaniac girlfriend, Becky, in the "Great Sex Hides the Truth" section of Fundamental Truth #3 - but I'm going to elaborate here. sleep with her quickly, and then vanish into thin air as if you were never there to begin with.”4. We’ll never know how JC felt about nymphomania, however there are some hints in the bible: “Then when lust has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and when sin is accomplished, it bring forth death” (James 1: 14 – 15).3. Famous sex researcher Dr Alfred Kinsey, rather casually, described a nymphomaniac as “someone who has more sex than you.”And although sex addiction is a serious matter, here are ten interesting facts about nymphomaniacs we are sure you'll find intriguing.10. Instead, a person whose sex drive is obsessively high is called “hypersexual.”6. In the Victorian era , nymphomania was believed to be a symptom of some sort of disease! “Get what you can out of your relationship with a nymphomaniac woman – and be prepared to cut your losses in a hurry, and move on… As I mentioned, I had known Becky as a friend for many years ... She was very pretty, blonde, and had a nice curvy shape to her.