By imatool - / Monday 27 July 2009 17:36 / United States
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By  Cormophyte  |  0

Know what I love? In reading through these comments and from past experiences with people's attitudes toward cheating I get the general impression that a lot of people (usually women) think that when a woman screws around it's because she's unfulfilled and the guy should fix the relationship.

But these same people are usually the first to throw a wild badger at any guy who dares to so much as spank it to some internet porn, let alone withhold sex for two years while (at least) having sex on their COUPLE'S THERAPY GETAWAY.

  22cute  |  17

I'd say it means Op has discovered what was wrong with his marriage. She was no longer attracted to HIM.
Nothing wrong with her sex drive.

  ForestFire0  |  1

I agree. YDI for letting a marriage go two years without sex. You must be a huge pussy. Your wife is clearly many leagues above you and you were just glad she let you look at her. She probably walked all over you the entire marriage and you were grateful she was willing to mary you for your money. How did it take two years for you to realize something was wrong?


lol @Cormophyte. I felt e-love. *Quite* well put.
Steph... seriously. Slippery slope you're going down there.
Love doesn't require a catalyst. Infatuations do. They also like justifications. Just ask anyone in the domestic violence department.


"Leave her with nothing" you realize that in a court case, you can't just decide who gets what, it's a long and complex process, and sorry, but the women usually gets the nose sympathy in court in these cases. Not always, just typically

By  Broc  |  0

Did you really think this wasn't inevitable?

YDI for waiting TWO YEARS before getting counseling, and acting surprised when your wife cheated on you.

  Puolukka  |  4

They may have tried other things first...no desire for sex can also be due to physical reasons...like hormones. I had that issue after I switched birth control...and if you don't know about it you're not gonna suspect that your BC makes you not want to have sex...it also took us like 6 months to figure out what was wrong. I switched BC again and then it was all good.

But I do agree that two years does seem like an awful long time...one year I'd understand...but not two.

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