1. Jen
    March 21, 2018 @ 12:49 PM

    Great post.
    When I first got together with my boyfriend 8 years ago, I could not get enough. I desired (but never got) sex twice a day but he only wanted it maybe a couple times a week.
    We fought about it for years, never really finding out where to balance it out.
    He felt like a piece of meat, and I felt constantly rejected. The worst part was, he decided it was better for him to masturbate. He had no energy reserves for me.
    That hurt. A lot.
    Now I have no desire for my partner. The tables have turned and he wants sex maybe once a week and I don’t. Our intimacy has completely broken down.
    It’s completely mental. I feel that if my partner had expressed a desire for me, I would not find myself with such lack of desire for him.


    • Stephanie
      March 22, 2018 @ 9:44 AM

      Thank you, Jen. Yes, the tables can turn, and not always in the direction we want, when we want it. For women, the need to feel desired is so important to her feeling desirable. And if she’s the one with the higher sex drive, this is even more so. Even though he has come around, you feel it’s too little, too late. BUT you have an opportunity here to finally get what you want. You will need to forgive him and let it go because until you do, you won’t be able to open your heart and truly experience the intimacy you desire. You may need to dig deep to remind yourself why you were attracted to him in the first place, but if you can do that, you may be able to get it back. Thank you for sharing. ❤️


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