I saw an article on Morning sex the other day which got me to thinking. Do you prefer sex in the morning, afternoon or at night?
For me it depends on the day, waking up to sex in the morning's is certainly a great way to start the day, but I am not always ready to be a morning person. So sometimes I prefer an afternoon delight or even a romantic night that ends in sex.
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I wanted to link you to our article on Pelvic Inflammatory Disease . In our article it is highly suggested that sexual partners be treated as well. So you might need to talk to your own doctor about this.
I don't see how you can feel betrayed. You told him you didn't want to know about his past. Some people can have a relationship and then go back to being friends. It's rare but it can happen. I think if you are going to get past this you are really going to have to let go. This really is on you this time not on him. You requested not to know about his past.
I'd also suggest that if you want more relationship help you might want to go over to our Relationships Community , Dr. Becker-Phelps is really great at helping people through tough times.
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