CodieDR

Is waiting hard for any other guys?

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What up,

I was just wondering if any other guys find it difficult to wait? I am 26 and currently in maintenance in the Air Force. When I was a teenager I had to few opportunities to take the path most traveled so to speak. However, I wasn't the smartest teenager and didn't see the signs. When I turned about 20 years old I figured I my "blindness" was more of a gift and I should continue waiting. 

 

It is by far the most difficult thing I have ever done. More difficult than basic training, more difficult than special ops orientation course, it by far takes the number one spot on the list of difficult challenges. I don't know if anyone else has ever served, but working in maintenance sex and past sexual partners is pretty much an open subject. After a year or so I began to feel as if I was the only guy in the world who had chosen to wait, but I keep pushing myself to resist the urge; I kept thinking "There must be women out there who wait too". 

 

My advice to anyone who has trouble waiting is occupy your time with other things, fill your mind with other adventures life has in store. I have done this myself. I am three classes away from completing my associates, certified SCUBA diver, sky diver, and have visited more than six countries. Basically there are plenty of other things to do. Also keep in mind the benefits of waiting, survey results report better a sex life. better communication, better marriage stability among couples who wait. 

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Welcome to the group! :)

I happen to be one of those women waiting ~ I'm 27, turning 28 this year. And I was certified SCUBA, I need to update that. It is fun. Quick question: Did you lost an inch or so in height when you sky dive? I was told you do.

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Thank you, and congrats on your certification. It's one of the best experiences I've had. To answer your question I don't think so. The Air Force keeps records on those kinds of things so I have to look it up. I'm not so sure I can trust them though when the measurements come down to mere inches. I have only heard of loss in height due to ejection. I believe this is due to gravity pulling your body one way while the thrust of the ejection seat is pushing the other way. In my personal opinion you don't have anything to worry about.

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