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There is not enough plain talk in the world theses days. Here are some plain words, spoken in love, to all of you women out there. Too many women want to try and make this a complex issue and discuss it ad nauseam from every possible angle.
Are you tolerating a sexless marriage? Sex is a normal, natural part of every marriage and as such, persistent, on-going differences in levels of sexual desire between spouses is frequently an indicator of bigger issues. Lisa struggled with a sexless marriage for over twenty years.
My husband and I fight all of the time. I will "one-up" him to get my point across by discussing all of his faults. In turn, he will "hit me below the belt" to hurt me by pointing out my faults. He will even talk about my family.
Registered in Ireland: Withholding sex in a marriage is often an attempt to communicate anger or hurt, says Suzi Godson. You always hear about women not wanting sex in long-term relationships, but what if it is the other way round?
Author Kathy Batesel writes about topics she has experienced, worked with, or researched thoroughly. Rejection hurts. Ask any guy and he'll tell you stories of rejections that cut him to the bone.
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Have you ever had a wonderful day with your husband only to be rejected sexually at the end of the day? You lay in bed replaying the events of the day in your head. There were no arguments; you both appeared to be enjoying yourself. So, what happened to that loving man you spent the day with?
Withdrawing sex is often related to not wanting to feel controlled or dictated to. Paradoxically, the person who is sexually rejecting or closed is usually perceived by their mate as being very powerful and controlling. Being sexual with someone you love, care about and are committed to means that you are offering nurturance, TLC, affection and closeness.
They feel they are losing their husbands or they are worried because their husband is often angry and irritable. Sometimes they are in my office because the husband had an affair, or because he said he wanted a divorce. I start the therapy process and eventually it comes out there has been very little sex for months or years. It means something is off.