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why doesnt my boyfriend want sex as much anymore?

By Anonymous November 23, 2010 - 2:22pm
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Me 18 and my boyfriend 19 have been together for almost two years not and lately he hasnt wanted sex that much. I fell like im always the one starting the sex and he seems to not want it that much. A few months ago he broke up with me and told me he didnt love me anymore then after crying and talking he said he didnt meen it and i moved back in. Then everything was going good untill i cought him in a lie about him hanging out with his friend he said he didnt love me agian but later on that night came home and said he didnt meen it agian. And now everthing has been fine but the sex he works alot but i feel like he is slacking when it comes to sex.. What is going on?

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It sounds like your boyfriend is saying what he means, that he is no longer in love with you. His actions are also mirroring his feelings. I am not sure how many times he needs to tell you that he no longer loves you, but then "takes it back" because of course he CARES about you and does not want to see you hurt.

Why do you choose to be in a relationship that is clearly over, by his communication and his actions? Not all relationships are meant to be, and it sounds like it is time to move on and find joy and love within other relationships; those people that are more dedicated to you. It is no one's fault, but please allow your boyfriend to tell you his true feelings without feeling guilty. You can find someone who loves you back, and first, you may need to find what you love about yourself, so that you do not choose to stay in relationships after they are over.

November 23, 2010 - 2:33pm
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This is my comment i ment to say we have been together almost three years not two ... please help.

November 23, 2010 - 2:25pm
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