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How to allot time for Sex

By September 23, 2012 - 6:47am
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I am 27 year old working women. Unfortunately i am unable to spend time with my husband. I find so tiring after the day's work and we are not able to get involved in sexual relationship. I start to office at 7 am and reach home at 8 pm. As soon as I reach home I involve in cooking, then have dinner and then sleep.... In weekends I tend to take rest.
Not sure how to allot time for sex..... :( We are planning for a baby and I am worried how things would work if this is the case!!
Should i leave my job???

Pls advise.. thanks...

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Yes, I did talk to my husband but both of us are unable to come to a conclusion and that was the reason for me to put this question in this forum :D

If you would ask me, then, I wanted to quit my job (as I want a break ;)) from work. But at the same time I would feel guilty that I do not have a job :/

Hence the confusion!

September 26, 2012 - 9:17am
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Hello Anonymous,

Busy schedules can be crazy at times. Have you talked to your husband about this? Perhaps he can help more with th cooking, cleaning etc. in order to offer more time in for the "fun stuff".

If you wanted to quit your job, I would certainly also talk to your husband about that choice as well. I am not sure your situation about working or needing income so I would certainly have a heart to heart talk with your husband about these choices.

Good luck,

September 23, 2012 - 6:51am
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