So, you threw yourself at your boyfriend and he turned you down. Now, not only is your ego bruised, but you're also wondering if there's something wrong with you, him, or your relationship. We're here to assure you that there isn't—even the most horndog dude is going to go through times when he just doesn't want to have sex. We explain why it's normal, and what you can do to get him thinking sexy again. First of all, it's a myth that men think about sex every seven seconds.
What to do when your husband rejects you sexually – what does it mean
Sexual Rejection's Effect On A Marriage
I casually mentioned a trip my husband and I took to a bed and breakfast and she started sobbing. It took a few minutes, but she began sharing some very personal details about her marriage. She later gave me permission to write about what she shared in hope that others might learn from her experience. They are both in their forties and have children in college. In fact, it was the other way around. He would reach out and touch me when we both laid down for bed and so often I would cut him off right there.
First, I want to clarify that my last blog was written for those women who struggle to be connected to their sexual being. Although there are many sexually healthy women out there who do enjoy intimacy and the connection it creates in their marriage. Understanding how most men relate to sex will allow you to be more aware of how you act or react towards his desire for you.
Let me make something clear up front. You might be tempted to think that there would never be a time when you, as a man, would turn down the sexual advances of your wife. Or, if for some reason you did, your rejection would be as rare as the appearance of an albino zebra. I understand that feeling. If such is the case with you, feel free to move on to the next article.