I left out the fact that we also had no sex life to speak of. It was very sporadic and never fulfilling. I was not into it at all. The first couple of years were good but then sex was quite painful and so I just stopped having it for the most part. That was a horrible terrible decision for me to just decide that it was fine not to bother and that it was okay. It was NOT okay and it totally eroded the foundation of our relationship. So, that is a huge factor as well.
Since everything blew up last year that at least has been 100% fixed. I have no idea why (although I do believe that eventually whatever physical problem I had clearly morphed into a psychological block when it came to sex) but we have an amazing sex life now and I want it as badly as he does.View Thread
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