Sexually Incompatible

Group Therapy: Should I End My Engagement Over Sex?

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I've been with my fiancé for two and a half years. I love him, so so much, and I know he loves me.  Sex was good at first, and I mean, right away. We fell together instantly, like we had known each other before and were picking up where we left off. 

He told me he loved me after two weeks together. We basically lived together right away (either he was at my place or I was at his), and we've had a place together for the past year and a half.  Everything except the sex is great, he is like my best friend. Problem is, I am very sexual and he is not. He once told me that he already hit his sexual peak before we met (he's only 25!!! I'm 22).

Like I said, the first 6 months or so were great, we had sex pretty frequently, about 3 times a week. Now, I am begging for once a week. When we first met, he was all about me, "Your pleasure is my pleasure." Now, I'm lucky if he touches me below the waist with his hands, and even above the waist.  It's like he kisses me a bit and then is ready to go; no foreplay.  I've tried initiating, and 95 percent of the time he is rejecting me. "Too tired." "I just ate." "I just got home from work," or simply, "Not tonight honey, I'm just not in the mood." The man turns down blow jobs all the time, even though he claims I'm good at them, and he seems to enjoy them.

I can't stand the rejection anymore. But I don't want to give him up. 

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