Two wrongs don’t make a right, but the hole created lends to such other problems as blocks in communciation, unconscious distancing, wandering eye syndrome and the desire for the intimate touch even if it’s from another person/lover.
It’s a terrible place in an otherwise very happy marriage. She has asked me to be patient with her, but its two years now.
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tweet men and women realize just how damaging withholding sex can be, if they’re the ones who are victims to the withholding.
So some of those commenting said they felt justified in cheating.
Great, but it’s little consolation for those who are literally starved for sexual contact. From Katrina: To me, it’s not merely the act of sex.
There’s been a lot of discussion about “sexless” marriages, many focusing on how to define “sexless.
Honestly, I don’t want to have to turn to a so-called “expert” or another couples’ definition of sexless — I want to determine if my relationship is sexless based on whether my sexual needs, and those of my partner, are being met.
What I’m missing is being desired, having the intimacy and spontaneity that we had before.
Breathing each other’s air, cuddling up, caressing faces, shoulders, derrieres, all of it. Where did it go and do I have to go the rest of my life without it? tweetit is so hard to go without any physical connection. I didn’t sign up for this and don’t know what to do.