Our expert says:
He is of course beingn highly insensitive in not recognizing your tiredness and other perfectly reasonable reasons for no feeling wildly sexual during the week. He needs to understand that it is not rejecting him if you happen not to feel like sex. Pre-vasectomy, when he felt muc less like sex, does he consider that he was rejecting you ? NO, I'll bet, he sees his lower libido at that time as reasonable, understandable and prudent. Would he possibly have interest in joining you in seeing a marriage counsellor --- NOt because ther is ANYTHING wrong with him of course ( perish the thought !) but so he can play a proper part in helping you to adjust to his increased libido and to enhance his happiness in the marriage ? Such aims could not of course be achieved without doing all that you would need from such counselling as well.
Lolo, Melanie and others draw attention to the essntial dimension men too often overlook, how good sex isn't purely a relatively brief physical act, but a jewel in a good platinum setting of all the affections of a sound relationship, 24 hours a day.
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