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Subject: Re: Boys & testosterone = trouble ( in many cases)
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Date Posted:22:59:28 03/24/12 Sat In reply to:
's message, "Re: Boys & testosterone = trouble ( in many cases)" on 20:46:17 03/13/12 Tue
>at age 13 I inwardly felt like a weakling, i couldn't
>run as fast as my friends or play sports as well.
>i was actually on a testosterone depression , as my
>therapist calls it.
>i never woke up with morning "wood issues " like i
>learned from listening to other boys boast and talk.
>never had an interest in my "boy parts, playing with
>them and stuff" as they never worked right.
>but our health teacher said all boys develop at
>different ages and times. my mom just said I was a
>my mom suggested at age 12 i join the Boy Scouts.
>It was a natural fit.
>my mom also started asking me to help more with dinner
>and i became pretty good. i always did my homework ,
>and was not as wild and stupid as the other guys.
>as for girls, i thought they were cool, but i couldn't
>understand what the big deal was, i preferred going to
>a Boy Scout camping trip or meeting than a date with a
>Once i found out what my mom was doing to me, several
>months of testosterone booster shots propelled me