I am 35 yrs old and my GF is 26. She thinks I should want to have sex more, but the truth is she doesn't go about it the right way. I have just list my company and my parents are counting on me to help with bills. She is always putting me down and never listens to me nor does she support me the way I need support. I don't mean financial support but just reassurance and confidence that I will make everything okay. She drinks every night and says very degrading things every time she drinks. Then after all the negative comments and degradation she wants to know why I am not in the mood to have sex. I have never had a problem before being in the mood for sex with past relationships but with this one she doesn't make me feel sexy. Even while have sex she will make a rude comment that I am not doing something right. What can I do to get in the mood again and want to have sex even if she makes me feel terrible about myself? Please give me any advice so I know what I am doing is right or wrong.View Thread
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