that has to be the most gender-bias posts I've ever heard. Ever the term, what's good for the goose is good for the gander. Why is the man not worried about getting that phone call? Does he develop trust issues too? What names will he be called? I'm not even going to touch the racial issue you brought up. I feel like I've been put in a time machine and thrown back to 1925.View Thread
"just go with the flow"?? Being a sex addict is a very serious condition that can wreck havoc on someone's life and marriage....if he was having a heart problems would you say the same thing? Didn't think so.View Thread
Can you possibly give us some more information? Like how old are you? Do you have children, if so, how old are they? have you been married long? Do you get along with your husband well outside of the bedroom? Is he a caring and gentle lover? Do you two argue alot?View Thread
Back in my 20's my ex and I would be at it 4-5 times A DAY.
To the OP: If he still can get it up and still has desires for you, there is nothing to complain about, once a day is more than usual but certainly not an earth shattering amount. Enjoy it while you can.View Thread
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