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how do i get my boyfreind to want me more?

By February 10, 2010 - 10:41pm
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i have been with my boyfreind for over a year and whenever we are together we have sex but its always the same pretty much scheduled, dont get me wrong its great but im still young i want to mix it up and i want it more than once a day, i will try to initate and get shot down! this really hurts my pride and just makes me feel stupid like a child got caught doing something bad or something,,it makes me want to use the "i have a headache so he can know how it feels! but i cant and he knows it i think thats the problem, he knows he can have me on his schedule because i cant turn it down! help ladies is this my problem or is his sex drive down or what??

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What do you mean by being on a schedule? Do you only do it on certain days at a specific time?

Maybe turning it down one time wouldn't be such a bad idea-- then you can break the schedule. Of course there is no guarantee that this will work but it's worth a shot.

When you try to initiate sex, is it shortly after you've already had sex? The thing about men is that once they're satisfied, they're satisfied. Unlike women, who can have multiple orgasms, some men just can't go twice in a day much less twice in a row.

As far as breaking this schedule habit, have you bought sexy lingerie and tried seducing him? You won't always get a positive response from your boyfriend when you ask for sex, especially if he is genuinely tired. But it does help to entice him with your looks as opposed to just wearing your normal, every day clothes and saying "want to have sex"? Men are visually stimulated, remember that.

I hope this helps, if all else fails remember you are two grown ups and should be able to openly discuss your relationship and your sex life.

All the best!

February 11, 2010 - 5:42am
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