157
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply
  melchibr_fml  |  12

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

I think so too. Why not try to support him, maybe suggest to him that he tell/pray to his mother beforehand to please look away for a little while because, well... it's business time? You ain't nothin' but mammals, after all.

By  Bobissmall  |  27

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply
  Pufferfish78  |  27

I thought the same way shortly after my mom died even to the point where I wouldn't masterbate. I eventually got over that and my better half and I hump like bunnies. :)

By  DjeePee  |  33

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

If his mom just died recently, then of course he's not over it yet and there's absolutely nothing wrong with not having sex with your significant other when you're upset. If someone doesn't want to have sex, for whatever reason, their partner needs to respect that. That doesn't mean "they're not ready for sex", that means they don't want it right now which is totally normal. He may still be dealing with his mom's death (which it sounds like) and she should be supportive and help him however she can. The relationship won't suffer unless she's a selfish bitch.

Reply
  DjeePee  |  33

But I still think it's a strange excuse. Maybe it's because I've never lost someone special, or because I don't believe in heaven, dunno. If he said that he didn't wanted sex because the dead of his mother caused too much pain, well, that's something I can understand. But if the death is the main reason or if there is something completely different, OP should talk to him, right? And I'm not disturbingly heartless, I'm just disturbingly rational. But I am indeed the glass half empty kind of person. That comment actually made me smile.

Reply
  Daralea  |  33

Agree with 63. But really. If he doesn't want to have sex with you (either temporarily or even for the future) then he doesn't want to have sex with you. Your life isn't fucked for it. Just respect his feelings. Unless you're saying your life is fucked because the guy you want to screw believes in heaven -_-

Reply
  gmc_blossom  |  33

I like reading DJeepee's comments. 0-0 I think she means that his reason makes no sense to her. Not everyone believes in Heaven, you know? I don't think people can see us from up "there". It's understandable if he didn't want to have sex because he was so torn up about the death, but because he was afraid his mom could see, not really a good reason(to some people.) 0-0

Reply

Nothing about that comment was rational. You are probably one of those people who makes ignorant comments, then acts like they actually know what the hell theyre talking about when they don't, and then everyone else goes behind their back and bitches about how annoying they are. Just my humble opinion. (gee this responce should be good...)

Reply

Nothing about that comment was rational. You are probably one of those people who makes ignorant comments, then acts like they actually know what the hell theyre talking about when they don't, and then everyone else goes behind their back and bitches about how annoying they are. Just my humble opinion. (gee this responce should be good...)

Reply
  leemurcat  |  33

I don't believe in heaven or anything like that. But I still respect other people's opinions, and if they believe in it I won't put them down for it. I've lost people who were important to me and I think not believing made it hurt worse, the finality of it. If I was grieving I probably wouldn't want to have sex either. He might actually believe she could be watching him from "up there" and he deserves to be able to mourn. I'm sure he'll get over it soon enough.

Loading data…