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Kannxx posted:
I had this problem aswell, it all started with ACTUALLY falling in love with somebody. I was fine having sex with somebody that i just felt lust for, but as soon as i fell in love i was unable to have sex. He tried to initiate but i couldnt do it. everybody told me to just get it over with. dont do that, it ruins things. So skip forward, i was sure it was an emotional thing. So i turned to my doctor, she suggested the IUD for starters, its a form of birth control which is inserted for five to ten years or however long you want it, and nearly completely protects you from pregnancy, that right there was the start. Its really a process, it made me more spontanious and lusty, and then i started working out on a regular basis. nothing crazy, but just getting more energy turned me into a sex machine. Im able to regularly have sex now because i just have the energy. Working and going to school, i am 19, in college. Was super stressful, you just have to find something, like vitamins or working out or eating a certain way, to get you into a better groove. Also not holding onto stress even if you think your partner will think your a baby. I found out that just by having a deep conversation where he listens, we end up having sex more often. something like that is a turn on for most woman because there is a bigger connection than just his pouty disapointed face after a rejection. You cant feel bad about not wanting sex, figure it out because in todays society, its a regular thing. If its about morals, than stick to them.
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