“Not tonight. I have a headache.” It’s the old stand-by excuse, and only she knows for sure whether she really has a headache or not. If we’ve been married very long, we’ve probably used that excuse before. But yesterday morning, I really DID have a headache. A bad one. I felt the left side of my brain would explode, especially when my husband crawled back in bed with me and started kissing on my left ear.
I winced and said, “Oh, please be careful. My head is killing me.” He snuggled up beside me and got still. I felt so much love and appreciation toward him for taking the kids to school and letting me have a little extra sleep, and I wanted to be intimate with him, but I figured I had to be out of commission. But then I thought, “I wonder if having an orgasm would HELP my headache rather than hurt it?” I proposed the theory. Greg was happy to be my lab partner. Fourteen minutes of pleasure and lots of deep breathing later, I was amazed at how much my headache had improved! So much so that when it came back much later that afternoon, I proposed another round of “orgasm therapy.”
I WANT TO KNOW — has this EVER happened to you??? If so, did you have similar results? If not, the next time you have a headache, try orgasm instead of aspirin. Then tell me how that worked for you!!!
P.S. Speaking of health issues, I have to say a BIG THANK YOU to America Online (AOL) for posting the Sexually Confident Wife “69 Questions for Self-Assessment” on their AOL Health page last Saturday night. We had over 5.7 million hits, which will hopefully translate into LOTS of books sold and sex lives strengthened! Woohoo!