Sometimes its good to talk to family. Get a better understanding. Ive tried talking to her and all says is "im perfect and I don't make mistakes" we both work, buying a home, not in debt. If we were having sex issues before marriage I could understand but after marriage is whats not making sense. She tell me our sex life is boring. I am not having sex on our porch, I am not letting you bang me with a strap on, I am not gonna make out in front of people. One day she asked me to put her bra on. I honestly think now her sex thing is twisted so because I don't do what she say she plays thecoochie gameView Thread
Asked her several times to go. She said it is for weak people. Her mother and sister told me after we got married that she never been in a successful relationship and she is controlling. If anybody would know her it would be her mother and sister. Cant get pregnant if you don't have sex. I believe she wanted to prove to her family that she could get married. Im not looking for an excuse but if the shoe was on the other foot the first thing people say is"he must be gay" but a man is tripping when he cant get no sex from his wife.View Thread
They don't blame the dad, they know what I am going thru. The way she treat me is the way her dad treated their mom. Hella mean and rude. She love attention, talking loud and causing scenes. Wanna have sex on the front porch, kiss and feel on each other in public. And call me scary, thats rude to me. To go from everyday all day to maybe 2 times and month. I can have a woman on the side for thatView Thread
Never ever did the cycle thing but she has said I should start since we are married. I try and do nice things but she always complain or say something negative. Sister and mom said dad was the same way.View Thread
Relationship has gotten worse. She is a control freak. Her sister and mother both apologized to me for not telling me how she really is. Her mom left her dad for the same controlling reason. Whenever we have sex she says she enjoy it but having sex while married is different. I have a daughter that I had custody of before I met her. You confused me by sex is not part of marriage per say. So bang my brains out while dating and cut it off after marriage. That's backwards don't ya thinkView Thread
I been married for 6 years and I get about 2 pleasures a month. Before we got married I got whenever, however and wherever but now I feel like I'm being controlled with sex. She has every excuse you think of. I come to bed to late, I go to bed to early, my show is on and wait till it go off. I'm tired, head hurt, back hurt. But she wanna have it at that time of the month. So its like a game to her, if we cant have sex while I am on my period we aint having it when I am not on it. I talked to the pastor that married us and she said a lot of women wanna get married and they do what they need to do to get married and change. Went to counseling alone and he said the same thing. She walks around naked and play little games. I have tried everything I can think of. Only options are to cheat or leave. Please help with some suggestionsView Thread
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