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my husband lovez me but doz not desire me

By Anonymous July 2, 2011 - 3:15am
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i m 23 years old married 7 months back.my husband is 28 years old and
we share a very strong and lovely relationship.he really loves and
cares for me a lot and m very happy with him.But since our wedding m
facing a problem.my husband gets very tired in ofc n hardly makes love
to me.m facing this problem since our marriage.and when ever he makes
love he doesn't show interest in any other thing and doesn't do any other
thing like kissing n sucking or any other act apart from the main

part.we r done by not more than 15 mintz...he shows no interest in xplorin my body touching it or doing ne other stuff...it always happens like he
is done before i get excited and m never satisfied..m not able to
sleep n face frustration all through out the day n m spoiling my
health like this.iv tried to discuss it with him n he tells he will
work on it but that never happens n if i discuss it again n again he
gets annoyed n we end up fighting...he doz not wana consult ne1 az he get angry if i ask him to...please help me of how to handle
this problem...reply az soon az possible please. thank you

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Hi Anonymous,
Unfortunatey, if he is unwilling to participate in trying to resolve the issue, there is not much more you can do. He obviously already knows that you are not happy and communication is key in any relationship. Keep trying to get him to talk to you about to resolve an issue rather than pushing the issue to the side. He has to understand that your feelings are important.

The man that married you, should love and understand that your feelings are worth his time to make you happy. I hope things work out. Please keep us updated.


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