By BS2280 - 9/6/2020 23:00

Relationships sink

Today, my wife told me that she isn't in a place where she can have a physical relationship, that if I want us to have a physical relationship, then we need to start from the bottom up, and work on building a friendship. I'm like, we've been married 15 years, and we're not even friends? FML
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By  JasonThorn  |  18

There is a crying shortage of info here. What was the sex life for the last 15 years? And if she was not interested for that long, why is OP reacting to it NOW instead of say 15 YEARS AGO?

If it was normal until it stopped, then how did OP lose her trust (or how did she say OP lost her trust)?

Not nearly enough to vote on.

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By  JasonThorn  |  18

There is a crying shortage of info here. What was the sex life for the last 15 years? And if she was not interested for that long, why is OP reacting to it NOW instead of say 15 YEARS AGO?

If it was normal until it stopped, then how did OP lose her trust (or how did she say OP lost her trust)?

Not nearly enough to vote on.

By  Iamthebanzai22  |  18

OK, so, do exactly that. Start taking her on a date every week without expecting sex afterwards. It does not have to be expensive, you can just pack a brunch and take her on a picnic. Help her do the dishes, it's a great time to be together and just talk about stuff. Find stuff to do together. For a woman, emotional intimacy makes physical intimacy desirable.

By  Susan Yee  |  9

She’s bored of the monotone sex.

By  Kevin Fletcher  |  8

At least she isn’t demanding a divorce. There’s still time. My ex told me she wanted out and that there was someone else. I refused to let that be the end. She decided to try again. Unfortunately we didn’t do much in the way of professional help and it ended poorly, but you still have time to fix it. Whether or not you did anything wrong.