Post Edited By Moderator (FamilyGuy) : 2/25/2008 7:14:16 PM (GMT-7)
I may have missed it, are you on any of the antidepressent drugs?
Also there are stereotypes that state that all men should want to have sex all the time and it is to the point that some women start believing something is wrong with them if their partner doesn't want to have sex with them at the moment. I know I believed that all men should always want to when you wanted to before I ended up with my husband and had honest communication. I'm 30 and didn't meet him until 26-you'd think I would have figured it out before then.
However, I don't think sex drives are different between men and women. They just differ person to person. I know that myself and many of my friends are interested more frequently than are spouses. (My husband would kill me if he knew I said that-which goes to show that men buy into those stereotypes too). There are also women that are patient and understanding. Hope you figure out the problem/find comfort.
You mean all I've got is a couple of more years ...his control over response hasn't changed yet either...but you can't compare someone with health issues to someone with no health issues either I suppose...and, everyone is different. But for now (and still) my hubby is still my "trooper".
Well, I know that when I was in my teens, I couldn't even take long bus rides safely <cough>. I think 'nuff said.
I'm still not sure if is problem is desire, or the more mechanical one for which Viagra would help.
PPS. Emmy, those sterotypes are almost beaten into our skulls, even from family. Its almost comical.