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what do you do?

  1. ajayshah2005 profile image74
    ajayshah2005posted 5 years ago

    when you are in mood but your partner does not.

    1. CyclingFitness profile image91
      CyclingFitnessposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      There's a certain area of the internet that helps in such instances

      Either that or I go to the gym and work out the frustration

      1. ajayshah2005 profile image74
        ajayshah2005posted 5 years ago in reply to this

        Thanks CyclingFitness.

    2. Inspired to write profile image74
      Inspired to writeposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      Hi ajayshah2005
      Without knowing your circumstances properly to get your partner in the mood takes some time, especially as you have been together for so long (if this is the case) but have you tried 'affection'? Paying attention, from your heart, without expecting anything (sex) back. Even though she's your partner this takes time to re-build & a woman needs to be 'desired' & 'valued' as a woman for herself & her capabilities, especially within the eyes of the lover.

      Romancing & even flirting, the way you look at her like you used to & the way you make her feel as a special person would go a long way towards a more promising relationship.

      We guys tend to be ready on the fly, but with a woman, especially when she is in a relationship for some time it takes a little more than just that because she needs to become mentally stimulated first, building this up over time by showing her she is desired by you.

      Or, she could be having issues within the relationship have you tried to talk with her, openly, maturely, understandingly without inhibition & without blowing your top just in case she is scared to give you the wrong answer.

      These are just my opinions & I hope you sort out what you need to do.

      Regards Dale Ovenstone

      1. perfectperception profile image59
        perfectperceptionposted 5 years ago in reply to this

        Wow.  Very Insightful!

        1. Inspired to write profile image74
          Inspired to writeposted 5 years ago in reply to this

          Thank you

  2. ajayshah2005 profile image74
    ajayshah2005posted 5 years ago

    Thanks CyclingFitness for the response.

  3. perfectperception profile image59
    perfectperceptionposted 5 years ago

    I guess understanding would have to play a big part. Relationships need it tremendously
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  4. kkuma01 profile image60
    kkuma01posted 5 years ago

    Haven't run into that yet...I know my hubby has:)

  5. profile image73
    SanXuaryposted 5 years ago

    If its a one time thing its nothing. If it happens all the time then their is something seriously wrong with your relationship. My experience is that it is always something not good at all. Emphasize honesty, because if she or he is not going to tell you, then you can expect the worst is yet to come.

    1. perfectperception profile image59
      perfectperceptionposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      So true!

 
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