So lately my boyfriend has been really tuned out. I cant seem to ever get him to want to have sex and i have tried everything i can think of to try and get him in the mood but nothing is working. Usually if i suck on his finger or kiss his neck i can get some kind of reaction out of him but nothing is working. What am i doing wrong or what are some thing that i could tryView Thread
kno for a fact thats hes not cheating on me it might be work related tho he is looking for a new job and dealing with a lot of crap at his current job he is just the type of person to never share what is bothering himView Thread
im 21 years old and recently i dont have a desire to have sex anymore im in love with my boyfriend and we are not having any problems so i know thats not the reason and im perfectly healty what could be the problemView Thread
so me and my boyfriend have been dating for a little over a year and we used to have sex all the time and then it started to decrease to a couple times a week and now i have lost all desire to have sex im perfectly healthily and i still love him just as much as i ever did i just never want to have sex and i know that it bothers him can somebody please give me some helpful hintsView Thread
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