My present boyfriend chased me for a year before we even had sex. I wasn't sure I could trust him and don't take sex lightly. However, once in a committed relationship, I have a very strong libido, even though I'm on a low dose antidepressant. It sure hasn't decreased my desire for sex. I exercise a lot and am very active and I think that increases my sexual desires. My boyfriend, however, seems to have a very low libido and is very busy running several businesses. I work full time as well as run my own real estate investment, but there's always a way to find time for intimacy in my opinion. When he wants sex, he wants me to drop what Im doing and service him. When I want sex, he's usually too busy and tells me "in the morning". I'd like to have sex at least 2-3 times a week. He seems to like it once every 2 weeks. That's a big difference!! I'm going to be honest with him and tell him that I need it more often and if he isn't interested in having sex more often, perhaps we're just sexually incompatible.View Thread
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