Ok i have 3 kids youngest will be one 3-24 in the last 2 wks i have been really horny but when i get in bed and start to move in my body freezes n i get scared. dont get me wrong i spend all day wanting to have sex with my hubby but cause of kids i cant do anything during the day. so by the time i get the kids in bed get a shower i am so horny i cant stand it. but like i said when i start to move my body wont go. i can get my body to cuddle and love on him but cant have sex. this is recent like i said. i should also state that i had my tubes tied when i had my son via c-section. please help my marriage in trouble and this may be the reason.View Thread
have been with him for 3yrs married 9 months i have 3 kids 9, 23month 11months i am affraid of more kids i doubt it is depression cause i am on bipolar meds been on them for 1yr april. we had sex last night but he started it n it was a little weird n uncomfortable for the first min or two i enjoy sex n want it once or twice a day my 23month has also been allowed to get in bed with us at night i have been fighting that for a while now i hope this info helps pls ask all the questions u need to help thank uView Thread
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