Hey, don't get too concerned about the porn unless: as a couple your sex life in going down hill or at the "bottom"; the porn is a "turn on" and he is reacting to the turn on; don't worry about the basturbating "beside you" in bed. I have been married for 47 years and that occures with both of us....relax....don't get your blood pressure up over basturbation.View Thread
Ha, that is no different than at the end of a relationship and the man says........ I never liked your breasts, their were too big or too small. It is a statement to make a "dig" a the other. Just say to yourself, "ya, what ever".View Thread
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