ChemFem

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About ChemFem

  • Rank
    Blinding You With Science
  • Birthday 03/28/1995

Profile Information

  • Music
    Classic rock, choral music, funk, many more
  • Location
    Phoenix metro area
  • Interests
    Crossword puzzles, museums, tinkering
  • Signature Fragrance
    IPA (the beer or the cleaning product)
  • Favourite Book
    Mistakes Were Made (But Not By Me)
  • Favourite TV Show
    Lost Girl, Gallivant
  • Favourite Film
    Doctor Strangelove, Muppets From Space

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  1. Wow i wish i could afford this lol. Have a blast.
  2. I've never smoked myself, but a friend who is in the process of quitting said that he has started listening to music when he gets the urge to smoke. That way he's getting a reward signal, but not a drug induced one. He also mentioned cooking and eating good food to appreciate that his senses of smell and taste are better when he doesn't smoke. (On a different note, this is the first time I've referred to him on here as a friend, rather than ex-FWB, without thinking about it. Maybe I'm finally getting over him lol.)
  3. I would have posted this in the condolence corner forum but I'm not seeing it
  4. TW: suicide Hi Shys, sorry i haven't been on much. I have a question. A friend just told me that her metamour (partner of her partner) just jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge. This person's death is causing ripple effects throughout her romantic network, including bringing suicidal ideation to the surface. How can I best support my friend through this situation? So far I have just been operating the same way I would to support somebody whose friend died, but there are additional nuances to this because of her relationship with the deceased. Any input from people who have personally handled grief in their poly network is especially appreciated.
  5. I am in accord with all three of the wise souls above. Once he accepts that things are really and truly over between you two, you may be able to be friends with him again. Until then, any efforts at friendship will just lead to frustration and heartbreak, as your goals are fundamentally different. Staying firm about your boundaries may be a challenge, but you have already cleared the most difficult part.
  6. Wow a lot has been revealed since I last logged on. No advice but just want to tell @treelover123 and @Ona that I'm rooting for you, individually and together.
  7. Take your time. Updates are for your benefit, not ours.
  8. That is positively angelic compared to some of what people say in this forum
  9. erotica

    Equal parts sweet and sexy, I love it
  10. Not that into Master/slave but that was quite good
  11. Sex

    Mmph I wish someone that age would "take advantage" of me...
  12. Lol the cleaning crew!
  13. @Sithandra are you volunteering as a headwrecker?
  14. Great reminder. The dynamic will be different around different people, and few people will fall completely to one extreme or the other. Like you said, some people can grow out of being headwreckers, but don't count on it happening while they're with you.
  15. HI

    Hi! Happy to have you back.