Could you stay in a relationship with a partner who started off with a high sex drive but now can’t be comfortable during sex?

If you broke your partners trust and they continued to have sex with you only for you to break their trust again. And they used to have a higher sex drive than you and now they just keep pushing you away saying they don’t want to have sex or when they do they are hesitant. What would you do in this situation?
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  • Put sex aside and first, try to fix the relationship again...
    And during that if you gets high sex desire, either try this with another man, or do masturbate✌🏻

    • What if you set the tone for him to expect that it’s okay for him to break your trust and still be able to hav sex with you because he has done it before. And after the arguments you had makeup sex rather than talking it out. Or you just decided to keep having sex with him out of wanting to be near him even though you were still mad at him for breaking your trust. So he never really learned that it was wrong to break your trust because you didn’t withhold that privilege of being able to sleep with you. You just started sulking inwardly. And the broken trust wasn’t from cheating but it started to make question everything he said afterwards. Problems didn’t get resolved and you just want him to know that you don’t want to keep blaming him. You want him to just understand the full picture and not just see things from his point of view. The only way the relationship could work is if he understands that breaking your trust was never okay and you just made the exception because you loved him

    • Yes... you are absolutely right. In relationship, both partners need to clear their misunderstandings by talking about it openly and should give another chance to each-other for their mistakes. If this will serious one, One has right to be mad at you.. bcz you broke their trust, but for a limited period. Doesn't mean that it should be gone forever... I don't think that a sex can be exist in such a condition, I mean how this will give you pleasure while your partner is not interested in it.. Both of you need to talk about it seriously. If he is choosing to ignore this matter, give him sometime so that he realised himself 🤷‍♂️

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  • depends why

  • just finish things off.

  • Yes I could

    • Would you understand why they were pulling away? Would you try to change things?

    • Yeah I would try

    • I would try to figure out the reason anyway