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artickb22 posted:
I normally do not post on the boards but when I came across this I just had to say something. Alot of people here are complaining of their partner not wanting to have or initiate sex. I recently came out of a spell like such. My fiancee was awe struck when his normally "horn dog" of a girlfiriend all of a sudden came to a screeching halt sexually. I was under alot of stress. we just bought a house, got a dog, my dad was diagnosed with a terrilbe disease, my friend got the cancer, quite frankly I was depressed. For a while I didnt even know why my sex drive was decreased. I just knew i wasnt in the mood and would even get upset when my man came to me trying to get me to, no matter how sweet or blunt he was about it. I was just so negative all the time and became emotionally "not there". Luckily I realised (after 6 or 7 months of this) that I was depressed and needed some help. I went to the Dr and started on some meds and after only a couple weeks I'm back to my old self again. I guess the point I"m trying to make is that for those of you who are the ones missin out on good lovin, give your partner some benifit of the doubt, it may simply be an emotional thing and lets face it- if its the man feeling this way he's even less likely to admit it and more likely to hide emotions. I never stopped being attracted to my man, I just couldnt stand the thought of being intimate with ANYONE cause I was so low. I wish you all the best!
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artickb22 responded:
oopss..first time user..meant that as a reply to another disscusion. sorry.

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