I have been celibate for months now (my choice) and don't miss it at all. In women, too much exercise can cause depletion of estrogen and progesterone, two hormones important to sex drive and satisfaction.Unlike strength training or power and speed sports that release a high amount of growth hormones and other “anabolic” hormones into the bloodstream, endurance training results in higher amounts of cortisol and “catabolic” hormones Very interesting article, Taoist, and yes, I exercise constantly.
But look, if you are OK with this, there is no reason to worry about whether you are normal, or not. If it's causing you some inner problems, comparing yourself to others is even more counterproductive. In that case, it might be helpful to find out who you really are and maybe take a shot at finding out why. He was the only one with whom it felt "right." and "natural." Maybe my disinterest in sex could be because I just don't want to have any of those negative experiences again (I felt repulsed physically) and because I think nobody could ever compare to him (which is true). But I'm just wondering if I'm the only one out there that just doesn't seem to have those feelings.You may not have those feelings because it's not in your makeup to do so, except perhaps with a very few people who "fit" especially well.You're not completely asexual, but sound very low libido.
There's certainly nothing wrong with that, but if you do eventually want a relationship, it would more likely be successful if you find a partner who has a very similar libido level.
In general, I do not let guys get very close at all.
While I have several groups of friends, it's pretty hard for me to let anyone get TOO close, even women.
She was friendly and displayed an outgoing personality, which I found appealing.
It was easy to discuss my interest in her, as it was guys-only party; yet, there was a catch: Other guys knew her, too, and they also expressed interest in her. They fed each other intel on their encounters with her and how they could, perhaps, win her over.
Sure, I knew it was a milestone age, and I had accomplished most of what I set out to do — except find love.