If your husband admitted to masturbating, how do you deal with that betrayal? Do you have a right to be angry or hurt? How do you move forward?
What do you do if you’re watching a movie, and suddenly there is a sex scene and you get aroused? What’s the proper response?
Sex is a reward in the minds of most men. Why do husbands think this? What does this mean for your relationship? Should you still have sex when he’s wrong?
This question came from the comments section and I delayed responding because the initial answer I felt was a bit harsh. I thought I’d take the time to pray and think and read and see if my opinion mellowed. It didn’t. So, here it is, no holds barred.
Wondering how to get your husband to be more creative in the bedroom? This is how.
Ever wonder why married men masturbate? Is sex not enough? Why do they do it? I think there are three main reasons at the center of all solo masturbation.
Will sex always be the same in marriage, or does it go up and down, like a roller coaster, or the tide? How can we handle these changes, what do they mean?
Does It Hurt A Man’s Feelings When We Give Instructions To Him In The Bedroom On What We Like And Dislike As A Women In Bed?
Yes, it’s probably going to hurt him, but there are ways you can mitigate the risk and even potentially turn it into a positive.
I think this is a mistaken perception most of the time. We see this all the time on movies and TV shows, the sexually aggressive female, not only aggressive, but overtly aggressive, and it sparks something in men when they see that, they are attracted to it. Why? I don’t think it’s that the woman is aggressive, it’s that she’s sexually confident.
Why do you think men think about sex more than women? And why is that so important to a man in his marriage?
I should start by saying, I don’t fit the male stereotype. I love foreplay. I like kissing, I like hugging, I like feeling my wife. I also recognize that I need foreplay in order to perform sexually better. On the other side, my wife also does not fit the female stereotype. She gets annoyed with foreplay, she wants to “get on with it”, though she does recognize that she also needs foreplay in order to perform sexually better. We do fit the male/female stereo typical sex drives though, so, here’s my opinion on the matter: