By (-__- ) ( ^.^) - 11/10/2013 21:00 - United States - Minneapolis
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While I don't think she needs to write him a novel about why she isn't sexual interested, she could actually talk to her husband instead of acting cold. OP stated this wasn't the first time which makes it seem like they're having some sort of marital problems, even if it's just in the bedroom. Best way to solve problems? Talk about them and fix it.
No one says she has to write an essay 43. But if she's going to give a passive aggressive response instead of being real, then no, OP shouldn't really settle for a response like that. The more I come across people like that, the more I understand why so many people nowadays prefer to be single.
Everyone who says she should tell him what's wrong, I agree IF it's that simple. Maybe she's not sure. Maybe she doesn't know how to say the sex is bad without hurting his feelings. Sometimes a partner needs to evaluate their own behavior. OP, "romance" involves more than rolling over & trying to get sex. Did you put more effort into it earlier in your marriage? Try treating her like you did when you were newlyweds: compliments, little surprises, anything you did often but don't much anymore.
Idiot that says "Its a girl thing". No, its a passive-aggressive (sometimes cheating) bitch thing. I've never ONCE turned my husband down for it. Even if I was upset with him. Sex is not a weapon to punish your partner with by withholding it from him/her or forcing him/her to do it. Maybe you should get yourself some serious personal one-on-one counselling before considering dating. OP, fuck that. That's bullshit, she shouldn't be being a passive-aggressive twat who assumes you can read minds, its not fair and being passive-aggressive is a form of mental abuse.
Yeah, I have a far higher sex drive than my boyfriend too. It's a bummer sometimes. We only do "it" when he wants, which is like two or three times a month. I got on birth control for this guy and I get rejected so often it makes me feel ashamed for liking sex. We've been together for over four years and he's my first boyfriend. So yeah, guys really aren't the constantly horny individuals society makes them out to be. Most of the time anyway. It goes both ways.
#10, I'm a democracy the president doesn't decide what to do on his own (that would be a dictatorship), he is merely the spokesperson who communicates others' decisions to the people this is my understanding of a democratic government, please correct me if I'm wrong and have made myself seem dumber than a doorknob
Man, errbody gettin cockblocked by the government...
Congrats #2. You must be getting screwed by the government instead.