Really I respect you Marilyn , for your depth frankness , about your productive long experience within mankind relations field with more hundred men , which means you are expert & philosopher in relations with men & more Knowledge with the dangerous sequences of having sex by numerous men .
I see two different periods through the life , the first one is characterized with the hegemony & domination of the sexual instinct & exigent desire for practicing sex as physiological needy on the living activities of the life , may I call this fruitful period of the life ( Instinctual Period ). The second one is characterized with the maturity of mind , heart , conscience & spirit , so may I call it ( Spiritual ethical period ) .
In the first period the person's life nearer to be naïve , the higher voice is the voice of instinct , & the importance motive among biological motives is the sexual motive , which is continuously seeks to satisfaction itself many times per a day . Marilyn Marsh the author of the book (101 men & still alone) says : " Without sex I was empty. The more I had sex the better I felt and the urge was always controlling me. I could not think of anything else . "
In the second period the person become more wisdom , critical , ethical , spiritual , the higher voice is the voice of mind & conscience , the meaning of sex become more flourishing & development , it is controlling by intellect & social ethical considerations in addition to religious measures .
Marilyn says : " I lived for sex, when I had my children I did not know how to give to them as a mother I did not know me. I had no guidance no one to ask questions. I just did, flowed with no direction. Sex drove me in all the wrong places thinking this is how one lives and how life is. My mind could not think in school I day dreamed. If only I could go back and help that little girl and hold her and tell her I am there to talk to and protect her. I still cry for my mom who was never there. I am learning now why am I calling for her now when she was not there then. My mom did not have the tools, I was on my own to learn ."
Sami Alshaikh Mohammad