ive been married for almost 2 years. we have a four month old baby. since i was 7 months pregnant he stopped being sexual. since she has been born we have been intimate a few times with me initiating it. he wont let me touch him sexually. only willing to cuddle. he also doesnt sleep in bed with me. i often find him on the couch. he wouls rather masturbate in the shower..i delivered via c section so i know he isnt traumatized by the birth. also he never gives or receives oral sex.. i love him but feel like this is gonna be how life looks for us..me wanting intimacy and him not. any thoughts or advice?View Thread
I have asked him and he has said that he doesnt feel intellectualy connected. so i try and have deep conversations with him and still nothing! he stays up on the computer working and drinking beer, evey night. he has said he wants another baby now..makes no sense! i cant touch him sexually without a giggle or a im too tired...he has admitted to watching porn a few times to feel a connection which infuriates me because im so available. i am killing myself by trying to meet his needs while cooking his fav meals, cleaning, taking great care of our baby..talking about the universe cause he likes that...i have only 9 lbs left to lose from my pregnancy...i have been denied so many times by him..he wont let me touch him sexually and he wont touch me. when we do have sex its just the act. in out done...View Thread
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