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By  ojoRojo  |  23

Isn’t it good that she doesn’t want a divorce? Are you saying you do want a divorce if she won’t give you sex? I’m confused lol but I think y’all need marriage counseling

By  Hangryko  |  17

I need more information. Are you implying she doesn't want sex with you ever again? Is this temporary? Who brought up divorce first, you or your wife? In any case, really talk to her and go to marriage counselling.

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By  ojoRojo  |  23

Isn’t it good that she doesn’t want a divorce? Are you saying you do want a divorce if she won’t give you sex? I’m confused lol but I think y’all need marriage counseling

By  Hangryko  |  17

I need more information. Are you implying she doesn't want sex with you ever again? Is this temporary? Who brought up divorce first, you or your wife? In any case, really talk to her and go to marriage counselling.

By  Iamthebanzai22  |  18

Why would she leave her comfortable, no-passion marriage? Unfortunately, that is what a shitty life sometimes is: a Comfort zone. Tell her you are willing to keep the no sex marriage if you can have an open relationship. Fuck unhappiness.

By  Chazzster  |  20

Two thoughts come to mind:

(1) Were you a generous lover and saw that her sexual needs were met also? Unlike in the porno’s women rarely get to orgasm just by intercourse. Oral stimulation or a vibrator or both can be worked into the routine to get her there. If she enjoyed sex with you, unless there is a medical or emotional issue or she figured out that she isn’t into men, then she would not say no more sex.

(2) Most marriages or relationships will not outlast a long term “no sex” situation. It’s part of the “glue” that holds couples together. Find out why your wife said this and if the problem can be rectified. If it can be rectified try to do so. I do not recommend infidelity or an open relationship - With most human beings 3 is an unstable number. Eventually it devolves into somebody getting hurt and a nasty divorce may follow. Depending on the divorce laws in your state or country, you are usually better off getting a no fault divorce than starting a messy fight.