Post # 1
Is there really such a thing? This morning my husband said I had way more than him and he gets frustrated and doesn’t want to have so much sex. But then he also gets upset when I don’t feel like having sex the week of and few days before my period. Does anyone else have this problem? How do you deal with it?
Post # 3
@cbco: To be honest, you may have more testosterone in your body than most women but that indeed is NOT a bad thing by any means. My best friend has a medical condition where she has a higher sex drive due to the lingering amount of testosterone in her body. But there is a such thing as a higher sex drive. I think you should explain to him why you don’t feel like having sex around your period because lets face it we feel sluggish and bloated etc. He needs to understand that, as well as you need to understand when he doesn’t want to have sex, its nothing against you. I would communicate with him and ask him why he isn’t as intrested into the sex as often. Has he always been lacking a sexual drive close to yours? My advice is to just plain talk about it, communication is key and you guys can come to a conclusion together. 🙂 hope that helps!
Post # 4
Yeah, it bothers my Darling Husband, too. He hates feeling like he can;t keep up!
I just “take care of it myself” except the once or twice a week when Darling Husband wants to have sex!
Post # 5
I have always had a sex drive – ever since I was a teenager. I could easily have sex several times a day, every day. There is absolutely nothing wrong with having a high sex drive. You may need to supplement lovemaking with your husband with self-pleasuring yourself. And there is nothing wrong with that either!
Post # 6
@foreverlovex: I really just enjoy it. Haha. Its definitely not all the time. It’s strange.
Post # 7
I think there’s such a thing as incompatible sex drives, but for me that’s more like polar opposites. I think if you’re anywhere near similar, with communication and solo pleasure, you can make it work 😉
That being said, I never would have married a guy without thoroughly testing our sexual compatibility, and after living together for almost two years, we’re still very much on the same page 🙂 I only have my period every three months, so that helps, and I probably wine about not really being able to have sex more than he does 😛
Post # 8
We make it work. This is like once every 6 months that this happens. I don’t mind taking care of myself. It’s just weird to me that he said that. He’s never complained before. Just threw me off.