My husband and I have been married over 17 years. We are the best of friends. Our children are our world. Several years ago he was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. The doctors felt b/c he was so young (early 40's) his sexual function would come back.... but it never did.
So here we are.....
Some women might be fine with it, and some men might feel if you love him than just deal with it and be thankful you still have him. I agree with all of that, but the problem is I have a VERY high sex drive and I'm 40. I love my husband so much but I'm having a hard time staying faithful. I did stray and I confessed b/c of the guilt.
I wanted him to say that I could go out of the marriage now and then to fill the need I have. its just sex....Its him I love...but he loves me very much and doesn't want to share me.
We have tried toys, strap ons etc.... but nothing is replacing what I am missing.
We are going to seek counseling but I wanted to see if there were other couples having the same issues and what did you do about it?View Thread
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