Our expert says:
You are very eloquntly describing a very common problem in relationships. Disparity of sexual appetite. Normally its men that complain about this but its very refreshing to see it being articulated by a woman. As you have found out, these feelings do not go away no matter how much you want to seppress them. You will be able to do it for a while but eventually it will get the better of you - so suppression is not a long term solution. However it is now a good time to discuss this with him - before the wedding - if he does not know where its coming from - you just inform him that you have been suppressing this but feel you need to discuss it before the big day.
This also brings tot he fore the one single biggest mistake that we as humans make - we mix up love and sex. Theya re two completely different things and one can happily exist without the other -and its great if they co-exist - but one should not bank on it - not in the longterm.
perhaps he needs to come to grips with his sexuality and remove some if his own insecurities before he can venture out and explore planet sex. Depends on his upbringing. A sex therapist is the ideal person to facilitate this process.
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