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Jamie76

  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    Wife caught husband
    346 Views
    A man watching porn has nothing to do with you, it's a disease. An addiction. He can't stop. Porn and masturbation destroy sex and love, but it's so hard to get away from. I know you think it's about you, but it's really not. Have a frank discussion about it. Tell him that you love him and want to help. It can be overcome, but you must be a positive influence for him, not a negative one.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    Is it hopeless
    161 Views
    Sex is for both of you. Your current path looks very grim. Have a frank discussion with him about what you want and need. See a counselor if you can't work it out. You just laying there is not how this works.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    How can I help my wife orgasm?
    320 Views
    If it's mental - love her and make sure that she knows it. A lot of what happens in the bedroom is reflective of what happens outside the bedroom. If it's physical - learn how to stimulate all her erogenous zones. Manual and oral can be really helpful. Use a good lubricant. Try different positions and make it fun and sexy. If there's some past experiences that are getting in the way, look into counseling if needed.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    My husband doesn't sex with me since 15 months
    149 Views
    There could be a variety of reasons he's not interested. Communicate. Tell him your needs and wants. Be loving. If there's something deeper, get to the bottom of it.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    How can I get more aroused and have painless, pleasurable sex??
    170 Views
    Agreed. If lubricant doesn't work for you for the pain, there's something else going on. And make sure he gives you a lot of foreplay and attention down there.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    He won’t sleep with me
    210 Views
    Agreed. Porn and masturbation kill sex and relationships.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    Intimacy Problems
    147 Views
    If you guys can't agree on this you probably need some counseling. Mismatched libidos is common and not that big a deal. No sex for your first 10 months is a huge problem. She may have some trauma from life experiences that is causing her to avoid sex. If it's shyness - get over it. If you're "too small" - bull crap. You guys need to discuss this, sex is part of marriage. There are so many people who would love to have what you have - don't waste it.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    Mismatched Sex Drives
    177 Views
    That sounds like too much to me. It's much easier for a woman to do it that often than for a man. Have a frank discussion about what you each want, need and expect. Try to understand the other side of it, don't just think of yourself.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    Confused wife
    770 Views
    See a therapist if you feel like you need to. Remember that you are a team and are in this together. If there are financial issues, try to get them worked out. Maybe take on a few more hours at work to pay the bills. Or maybe you need to learn how to budget better. Don't be negative, try to work out your issues in a positive way. Have sex, don't let it be a wedge between you. Slow things down if you need to.
  • Jamie76 answered a question on Jul 10, 2018
    Is marriage compatibility dependent on astrology?
    164 Views
    No, absolutely not. There are a lot of things that do matter though. According to the study mentioned in the article, soft skills like communication are key. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/resolution-not-conflict/201111/does-compatibility-predict-marriage-success
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