Our expert says:
In the most recent studies in understanding female sexuality it is clear that there is a very strong relationship between a women's psychological, emotional and social experience of her partner and her sexual response. Women are more often than not "receptive" to sexual engagement with a partner based on psychological motivators like wanting to feel connection, to feel appreciated, to feel desired, to feel attractive, to feel wanted, to feel affirmed, to feel loved etc etc. Thus the status of the relationship between a women and her partner greatly determines her receptivity to her partner. It is apparent from you posting that you and your husband are experiencing significant relationship difficulties which would need to be addressed and resolved for the sexual component of your relationship to potentially improve.
Another factor that influences sexual arousal for women is how well the partner, with the guidance and help of his partner, becomes skilled in the type, focus and intensity of stimulation that works for her. This would involve a women knowing what type of stimulation works for her, her ability to share this with her partner, his willingness to be guided and practice practice practice. This will result in the women becoming well lubricated in response to stimulation.
So it seems at this moment in time you are more receptive to your partner sexually and receptive to his touch and stimulation.
I would suggest you consider marital counselling to determine the staus of your marriage, whether the problems are surmountable or whether it would be in both your best interests to dissolve the marriage.
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