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By Anonymous - / Monday 3 December 2018 16:00 / United States - Great Barrington
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By  sparx1_1  |  8

If it's reached the point where you feel humiliated just for wanting sex, then it's time for a long, long talk. At this point a lot of people would be thinking that either he's cheating, or he just can't get it up. For good or bad, you have a right to know why he won't touch you anymore because you should not be feeling like this over his behaviour.

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  Lyshan  |  9

For what, not wanting sex? Seriously? Next on FML: My Wife dropped my cup, fml" Comments: "Divorce her immediately, she's a bitch that does not honor your stuff"

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  maroongrad  |  8

No...for the emotional manipulation that is going on here. He's letting her think it's her fault and feel terrible, and when he decides to change the game (assuming he did, he may just have seen another opportunity to make her feel bad), he is a dick about it.
This is not a nice man. Nice men do not let the woman they are supposed to love feel humiliated. He's an asshole.

By  Chazzster  |  20

OP - I think this relationship needs some honest communication about what is going on. Every relationship has its ups and downs and people get into moods from time to time. But this sounds like something has been going on much longer than a “mood” would last. Sometimes people are afraid to communicate for fear they will be hurt or they will hurt the other person. But this sort of situation is only going to wind up getting worse without some help - So OP, please communicate with your spouse. Explain how you feel and listen to how your spouse feels and why. It might have nothing to do with you or your relationship - Or it might. But without honest communication you have no chance of making things better.

This may or may not be relevant, but depression or the medications frequently prescribed for depression can affect the libido of males or females. If that is the case, a doctor maybe able better manage the case. But the patient has to communicate with the doctor for that to happen.

By  sparx1_1  |  8

If it's reached the point where you feel humiliated just for wanting sex, then it's time for a long, long talk. At this point a lot of people would be thinking that either he's cheating, or he just can't get it up. For good or bad, you have a right to know why he won't touch you anymore because you should not be feeling like this over his behaviour.

By  RichardPencil  |  25

You moved? What a rookie mistake!

Most guys like girls who lay perfectly still because they’ve only developed their sex skills on blow-up dolls and corpses.

Didn’t you read the Marriage Manual?

By  TxKitten79  |  5

When my ex stopped being interested in sex, it was because he was cheating. Don't jump to conclusions, but communicate with your husband and start looking for other signs. If you're at the point where you feel humiliated, there's definitely issues. I strongly suggest telling your husband y'all need marriage counseling. And if he's not willing to go, then it's time make a choice, as the old song says "leave tonight or live snd die this way."

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