You’d been seeing him for a couple of months, really clicked with him but then he disclosed that he had long history of impotence and needed viagra. What would your reaction be?
Sex is important, but love and compatibility in other aspects of the relationship are much more important for a woman in the overall scheme of things. And if the medicine works, then I definitely would not have a problem with it. I’m secure in who I am. I don’t need a man to constantly have an erection and be pawing all over me to know that I am attractive and desirable.
I don;t know why or how my computer is sending out emails for things that i never look at i.e. viagra, internet dating to all of my contacts. How can I stop this from happening?
Per Yahoo this is being caused by a virus. It spreads out through your email account and it sends spam emails to the contacts that are in your address book and to yourself if your address is in your contact list without your knowledge.
There are many viruses in existence today (often called “worms”), that propagate when an email attachment containing the virus is sent to an email address found in an infected user’s computer (e.g., address book, local files, etc.).
To stop the sending out of spam please change your Yahoo! password.
The users that have encountered this before stopped the sending out of spam after changing their Yahoo! password. i might also recommend changing your security question/answer also.
You can use this link to change your password.
you will be asked to enter your current password once and your new password twice. click “Save”.
To change or update your secret question and answer you can use the form at http://help.yahoo..com/l/us/yahoo/acct/in…
You might want to run a virus scan on your computer and it sometimes helps to run a virus scan in the SAFE MODE. This can be accomplished by restarting your computer and slowly clicking on the F8 button on your keyboard while the computer is starting up