What if you snoop around and defend yourself?
Q: Hello. He’s a man in his early 30s. To confess one thing, when I was in the fifth grade of elementary school, I saw my aunt and uncle having sex.(Let me tell you that I pretended to be sleeping next to you.)
Other than that, I’ll tell you that I saw my cousin, who was a high school student at the time, changing her underwear. (She had a beautiful chest
I don’t know if it’s because of the influence, but since my adolescence, I’ve been glancing at women in clothes that show their skin, such as short skirts, hot pants, and dolphin pants, and I’ll tell you that I used to imagine something sexy. At late night or dawn, I climbed up to the rooftop where no one was there and looked at the women passing through the streets with their pants down.
As a result, it was more thrilling and better to self-defense by peeking at other people’s bodies or sexual behavior than to have sex in person.
The problem is that I haven’t broken this habit yet. I’ll tell you that I’m single now and I don’t have a girlfriend or a sex partner (mainly watching pornography to solve my sexual desires) and I might end up being punished for performing pornography. I’m very worried and worried about whether I should go to the psychiatrist for treatment.
A: It’s not a big deal for a man who doesn’t have a girlfriend or a sex partner to watch a nightlife. However, I would like to say that it is harmful in many ways if it goes too far 비아그라파는곳
If you have a great desire to peek at other people’s bodies or sexual behavior, it is very likely to be an ectopic disease (audio, voyeurism). It can be said that if this desire gets worse, it can lead to crime.
If you are willing to receive treatment for sexual deviance, I would like you to visit the Department of Mental Health and consult a specialist. I hope you get a good result. Thank you.