He's always interested in a way. Just when it comes down to actually DOING something about it he is just plain tired a lot. He feels objectified if I'm too blatant about wanting sex, so that's a big turn-off for him, too. So I've been being more considerate of the snuggle-lovey time we have, and if it ends in sex I'm delighted and if not I'm happy just to be in his arms.
For the most part. I hear ya, Belle, on the ache though. That lonliness when it doesn't feel like you're getting enough. I hope things get better for you.View Thread
Sex is very key to me. Without sex in my relationship, I'm jut living with a friend. A good friend whom I love very much, but it's not the same. My current relationship is the longest relationship I've ever had, and the longest sexual relationship. It matters way more to me than it did at the beginning because like Steph said, it makes us "one".
Unfortunately, it seems like my manfriend's gotten kind of comfortable, I guess. I've lost a bunch of weight, dyed my hair, look better than I have since we met, and feel more connected to him than ever, and would love to show him that physically. He's just not as into it. We've discussed it, he says it's not me, it's just that he's busy, tired, stuff like that. He's always had a lower libido than I do, but it's gotten worse. He's more attentive since our talk, but I really kind of get the impression that he'd be just as happy having sex even less than we do now. It's great when it happens, though, so I just focus on the positive.View Thread
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