RELATIONSHIPS CHANNEL
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 22:13:11
ID: 45635
In response to a confession. Smh at this bullshit.
metoo(12) omg(1) fave(6) hug(0) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 19:27:57
ID: 45626
In response to a confession. If you already know you are sexy and desirable, its not your husbands job to make you feel ok about yourself. That comes from within.
metoo(0) omg(15) fave(0) hug(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 18:22:52
ID: 45624
In order to feel sexy and erotic, I need positive attention and feedback. I need to be told I'm sexy and desirable. I've told dh that many times. He will say you know I think you're sexy, that's why I want you all the time. Not the same thing. Men. Sigh.
metoo(2) omg(5) fave(0) hug(4) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 06:32:29
ID: 45612
In response to a confession. I went through the same thing with my husband. Great relationship but no interest in sex with him even though my sex drive was still strong. After some soul searching I realized that for me, it was because deep down I resented that fact that I felt like he wasn’t helping with the household chores as much as I would’ve liked him to. This resentment made having sex with him the last thing I wanted to do. After I spoke to him about how I can’t be the sole person doing most of the housework he started helping out around the house more. I began to find him sexually appealing again. Maybe despite everything seeming great on the surface there’s something hidden gnawing on you on the inside about him or his behavior or your relationship that may be affecting your sex life? I’m not sure if this will help but this could be something you may want to explore.
metoo(1) omg(1) fave(5) hug(1) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 01:56:30
ID: 45609
In response to a confession. Thanks for the advice. Op here. I still have plenty of sex drive, but I'm just not attracted to him in a sexual way. We do have sex regularly, I would never withhold it. I don't think he has any clue how I feel. I go through the motions and on the outside it looks like I'm enjoying myself, but on the inside I'm cringing and just want it to be over. I hate feeling like this.
metoo(4) omg(0) fave(0) hug(8) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 01:30:32
ID: 45607
In response to a confession. My advice is to do whatever it takes to fix it. Talk with your OB/GYN or other doctor to rule out hormonal imbalance, and/or seek counseling. This situation isn't healthy for either of you and if it continues, I'm guessing you won't be living the rest of your life together. Unless, of course, he's okay with never having sex again. And a wall of anger will build up between the two of you. You, for having to have sex with him, and him, for knowing you don't want to. In all sincerity, good luck!
metoo(1) omg(0) fave(1) hug(0) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-10 00:56:33
ID: 45604
My dh and I have been married for 15 yrs. We are truly great friends, great co-parents etc but I hate having sex with him. I have to force myself. It's nothing he does wrong, I just cannot get turned on by him at all. Otherwise our life is great together. It sucks because how do you fix it? I just dont think of him like that. I don't want to leave him, but the thought of living the rest of my life like this is depressing. I'm in my late 30s.
metoo(4) omg(0) fave(0) hug(9) comments(1)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-09 20:27:14
ID: 45593
In response to a confession. The person who messaged me about the ex was already a Facebook friend. I replied with a request not to contact me again, and she said ex DH had asked her because we've been friends for years. I never thought to block him on FB, but now they're both blocked. Ain't got time for that!
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(4) hug(4) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-09 07:10:56
ID: 45583
We don’t fight very often and never raise our voices at each other but I hate how my husband always brings up past fights and arguments long after they’re over. He does it in a joking manner but it’s still annoying. I’m the type of person where once we’ve hashed things out and fixed things, I’m done and move on. For example, we got in a disagreement years ago outside of a store. I don’t even remember what it was about but practically every time we drive by this place he’ll smile and say “remember when we got in an argument there?” or “remember when you said this there?” why? Why bring this shit up all the fucking time? Joking or not it’s irritating as hell.
metoo(1) omg(1) fave(0) hug(5) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-08 20:52:41
ID: 45568
I'm very upset with dh at the moment. He is having knee surgery Friday morning and he doesn't understand why I'm not ok with his sister, bil, 2 yr old and dog coming tomorrow and staying until Sunday. I'm supposed to be studying for my nursing test which is next Thursday and I really didn't need this extra hassle. I spent all day cleaning and getting the house ready when I should have been studying. I took this week off specifically so I can concentrate on studying and I feel like my feelings are being stomped on. He doesn't get why I'm upset with him. I had planned on basically not doing any housework this whole week, but because he went and screwed up his knee everything is still falling on me. More stuff because he can't do anything.
metoo(0) omg(6) fave(0) hug(8) comments(9)