I got someone whom I love so much, she used to drive me crazy but nowadays things are changing. I am not unfaithful, I do not want to get another girlfriend but I no longer get sexually appeal to her. We have tried doing new things and variations but no way! I have even gone for counseling. It hurts for me to say this but it is real. Sometimes I have to replay am with someone else… Don’t judge me. Help!
here's the problem ......i just noticed the other thread
"My ex-girlfriend wants to have sex with me badly. She is in a relationship but she says she does not mind. I am temped to give in because she said she is not after a relationship but just a moment. I am confused."
It could be a chemical issue. You might be suffering from a chemical imbalance that is causing you to feel this a way. Or perhaps she is different. Does she not take as good of care of herself as she used to? If so, perhaps you should try taking her out more or doing more things with her. This will encourage her to keep up with her looks and appearance better.
It sounds like a rebound type of relationship you are in. You shouldn't play with someone's emotions by stringing them along if you still have feelings for someone else. I've been in that place more than once, and the guys who broke my heart were so remorseful. Don't punish yourself that way, or let someone get hurt unnecessarily. It will haunt you, trust me.
Take time off from relationships to reflect, figure out why you can't move on. See a therapist if you have to. There are ways to empower yourself so that you're not stuck in limbo-land wishing something would happen when it's not meant to be.
On a positive note, it's honorable that you have such deep feelings for someone. That is a gift. Save it for someone who will notice it, and cherish you for it. Good luck.
Is this you in the avatar? You look like a goodlooking guy. Often, goodlooking people have an easier time getting into bed with the opposite sex. Maybe you should get to know someone reeeeeaaaaalllly well before hooking up. It messes with everyone's mind when there is no real trust and history between two people.
Remember this about (most) women if you remember nothing else. Women don't separate sex and love the way men do. So if you have sex with a woman before there is history and trust, before she gets to know the real you and trusts you, she will be insecure about you leaving.
Or just tempted. Your mind can't handle the unfaithful for no reason part but if "it's just not working", you can be with your ex, think that's somehow renewed your sex drive and that it "turned out to be a good thing". Minds are devious and the body likes to follow along.
Maybe some time away from each other would be a good idea, you need to get intouch with yourself and try to understand yourself, something inside your subconcious is bothering you, but some time to yourself to reflect and meditate might help you confront wht ever it is inside that your not wanting to confront. Just a thought hope it helps
Sex is has to be your common ground and anyone who tells you its not important has a boring sex life, just like you. Passion can overcome any obstacle, its time to shop around, find someone who lights your fire. Just to kiss someone and feel the heat coming off the others body, the sweeping glance, the slow soft touch of someone your passionate for can END WARS. Hey but I am single and loving it!
My ex-girlfriend wants to have sex with me badly. She is in a relationship but she says she does not mind. I am temped to give in because she said she is not after a relationship but just a moment. I am confused.
People have their own personal opinions of cheating. That's fine, but what I'd like to know are the classifications of cheating, specifically, factors to prove something is deemed cheating. How does cheating begin?
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