Hey i just wanted to know how its going. Our problem was very similar. I just wished my sex drive would go away and leave me alone. I told this to my wife and she was pissed. it seems she just doesnt want me to be happy. Why is it ok for her not to want to have sex but not me. all the while i feel discusting. this feels like a very dirty trick has been played on me. i dont even think my sex drive is very high. I just feel that i have been deprived for so long that i have jizz comming out of my ears and its affected my thinking. if we could just even the score maybe things would even out. anyway. she doesnt even like to cuddle or kiss or hug. if anything im too gentle. you know whats funny everytime i try to go down on her i have this fear like shes gonna kick me in the face like a horse. i love going down on her, but that hasnt happened for almost a year now, i swear its her loss. i wish i could find a natural way of not being as sexual as i am. i dont masterbait often, its boring and i avoid porn because i hear its very bad and i kind of believe that, accualy i realy believe that alot. anyway im just tired of feeling sad from rejection. i dream of one day when the tides are turned "ya right" and i will have my sweet sweet revenge. accualy she would probably just dump my ass.View Thread
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