First off I want to say I know this is an woman based site but I wanted your opinions on this situation and not mostly male thoughts. Recently in like the past 4 months sex has become sparse like once an week if I'm lucky I might get twice an week but mostly we tend to have sex only 3 times a month if I'm lucky. I am of the more sexual type so I want more sex than that and usually she like acts like she's oblivious that I'm trying to initiate it, sits up in the bed and get on Facebook, starts to play the game instead, or just straight up have an excuse for not wanting anything to do with me touching her. But lately she has been pulling away from me turning the other way and trying to start random conversations about things I don't know about or just trying to change topic as soon as she possibly can. Also we live together so this happens very frequently. Recently she wanted to do the registration for Lyft and so she went to the Lyft examination and fail I got the list about what she failed on and started to repair the car took about to days and very hard labor because I was working non stop at it. I thought maybe this could turn her on from me showing her like anything you want to do I'm 100% behind you with it. I wasn't necessarily looking for sex from it but some form of attraction kiss anything and I didn't get nothing not even an thank you and when I was finished on it after countless hours of working on it and balancing my day job she asked me how was it and I said hard as f and she said lol oh well it was your idea and that was the end of it I'm thinking like what? It's like I can't win for losing I love her but sometimes I just feel neglected unwanted and just plain un loved she said I love you a lot but I feel that she just says that to just say it. Like it feels like it has no meaning. I'm just confused.
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