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What do I do when the sex in my relationship disappears...

Published on July 9, 2010 by karmapolice

My boyfriend is 26 and I'm 20. We've been together for almost 2 years and for the past couple of months our sex has been changed from once a week to once month. When I ask him about this, he gives me a different reason every time. (I'm tired, I feel self-conscious, you're so sweet-I don't want to "ruin" you, pressure to perform, etc.) My friends suggested he might be cheating but I really don't think that's the case. I asked him if he lost interest with me and he said definitely not. I know he's not going to break up with me-far from it-he wants me to move in with him and he always says how much he loves me; how I'm the dream girl. I'm used to guys always wanting me, so to feel rejection from my boyfriend hurts so incredibly much. I feel resentful and I feel foolish every time I try to fool around with him. What is going on??

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Once a week? Really? Geez, I'd go insane....

That said, I have to agree that it sounds like he might be cheating. In my experience, if a man doesn't want to have sex with a woman (or vice versa), the relationship is pretty much on a downward slope. Personally, the day I stop wanting to pounce on my man is the day I should break up with him. I didn't sign up for abstinence, you know? And neither did he.

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