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Because she wants to.

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landclark posted 11/18/2019 12:44 PM

Or maybe instead of playing games, waiting to see who initiates, maybe talk to your partner about what's going on?

I don't think either men or women are constantly on for sex 24/7, and there are a number of reasons for that. For women, yes, periods, pregnancy, menopause, can affect our drives physically. For men, erectile dysfunction can have an affect.

For me, I felt my WH had lost his interest in me. I asked many times why he never had interest in sex. Why he didn't really seem excited physically when I initiated. Asked if there was somebody else. I felt that he lost interest despite my efforts and eventually I gave up.

Apparently, he felt the same away about me (though his extra curricular activities likely didn't help his drive for me).

So we both were under the impression the other didn't want it, and that could have changed had we actually had a serious conversation about it, instead of getting to the point of complacency with our situation.

Playing stupid who will initiate first games is never the answer.

[This message edited by landclark at 12:44 PM, November 18th (Monday)]

crazyblindsided posted 11/19/2019 08:42 AM

Guess what! Without consistent HELP from our PARTNERS to manage OUR home, OUR children and OUR shared responsibilities women are too damn tired and sex drops to the wayside.

Thank you! This is exactly for the reason my sex drive tanked and he still expected me to overjoyed about sex. Blamed me for it. It is no wonder I just broke.

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