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Old 05-19-2013, 05:49 PM   #1
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Unhappy Partner dosen't want to have sex :-(((

Hi,

Looking for some advise, comments or someone to tell me I am stupid.
I have been with my partner for all most 2 years !! I fell pregnant 7 months into our relationship and we now have a beautiful baby boy who is the world to me and I couldn't ask for anything more apart from
a half decent sex life !!!

Is it really too much to ask for ??

Anyway to cut a long story short...it all started with my other half not being able to last i.e any more than 2 minutes this just got worse and worse to the point that there is no point anymore in even trying !!! He had been taking anti depressants to try and help with the premature ejaculation but now he has lost all interest in sex at all. This has left me feeling pretty poo.

As far as he remembers I am his first partner that this problem has happened with ( and believe me there has a LOT of others) to put it politely.

What do I do ?? I know they say sex isn't everything but to me personally it means a lot :-((( I really have had enough tbh.

Any suggestions what I can do...I don't want out little family to split but this is not healthy for either of us.

Thanks :-)))

 
Old 05-25-2013, 07:50 PM   #2
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Re: Partner dosen't want to have sex :-(((

I dont have any answer for you but Im having the same problem with my boyfriend of 2 years, He hardly wants to have sex and it drives me crazy

 
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Old 05-26-2013, 01:45 AM   #3
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Re: Partner dosen't want to have sex :-(((

I am sorry to hear that �� you feel so frustrated don't you, I have given up on it all tbh I don't even mention sex anymore or give him any affection whatsoever !! I truly don't think he sees what he is doing or understands the seriousness of it all this probably will break up our little family and I kind of hate him for that !!! How can he put his don through it ??? I feel for you I really do x

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Old 05-26-2013, 11:31 AM   #4
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Re: Partner dosen't want to have sex :-(((

Yeah I feel very frustrated but anyway I hope you get an answer to your question though.

 
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Old 06-11-2013, 06:22 PM   #5
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Re: Partner dosen't want to have sex :-(((

First, he needs to get a checkup to rule out any physical conditions that could be causing premature ejaculation. But also keep in mind that sex is incredibly psychological to men. It could be a vicious cycle. He feels he can't perform well enough so that gets his ego down so then he really can't perform and so on and so forth. You need to encourage him. Don't make a big deal out of it. But at some point - not when you are in bed - gently request that he get a check up and get rid of the anti-depressants (unless they are for depression - then maybe switch them up) because they can and will kill his sex drive.

 
Old 06-19-2013, 12:26 AM   #6
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Re: Partner dosen't want to have sex :-(((

Most men know why they cannot perform. It can be due to the loss of interest in favor of solo masturbation/porn, low self confidence, negative feelings built up towards our partner, stress (maybe that's his real reason for antidepressants?), physically working, or even health. We often hide it because we don't think a woman is ready to understand us, sometimes because we don't see a problem, or sometimes because we are lost ourselves.

My advice is to talk to him, don't demand stuff from him. You'll be shocked how much he knows about himself And definitely loose those antidepressants!

 
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