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Mark
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Passion have to be between partners.All the answers can be found within the partners or spouses.All the trouble at work or in the family be sure to affect sexual relationship. Sometimes the smallest things can seriously spoil your sexual life. In addition to problems there are some insults at each other spouses who are constantly accumulate. As a result, neither of which passion cannot go. One fine means of enriching romance become familiar relations are unexpected pleasant surprises for a loved one. Try to surprise your spouse an unexpected romantic dinner or bouquet of flowers. Sometimes , even the smallest token can turn into a real romantic adventure.
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Mark
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If you really wants to prevent your problem jusy continue talking about it.. Maybe your partner is too shy to talk about it. Make him get used to it.Explain him such things.Sex is super-duper normal.Not to be too deep but how did you get here? You were made by sex so what is there to be ashamed of? It's how people are made. Talk about it until your little horny heart is content.Someone needs to talk about it.If no one else is willing to bring it up in conversation then you have to. It needs to be talked about sometimes. Especially when you're in a relationship. Don't be ashamed; if he's not willing to openly talk about it then he's a coward and doesn't deserve your sexy-and-proud-Yonce ass!

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Denis
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I have this experience. I can tell you that he went through something very difficult. he's definitely holding something back, but there's no real way to know what.
It could be a strong religious upbringing. It could be an extremely low libido/asexuality. It could be a traumatic event like rape or abuse. Except for asexuality, none of those are relationship killers as long as he's willing to face and work on them. It sounds like he's going for the head in the sand approach instead.I would try and have an open conversation with him. This sounds like it could be a problem. I'm also someone who has trouble communicating about sex, I often have to push myself to do it simply because I am a prude. I would sit down with him and try to open a dialogue of some sort.

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Mark
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I talk about sex openly with my BF, and pretty much anyone who wants to talk about it. I wasn't always so comfortable; when I was a teen, I was much shyer. But I read a lot about sex, and learned a lot about it, and in doing so, I learned that most people think about, talk about, see, and have sex. So, why are we so ashamed and embarrassed about it? I decided, I'm not going to keep my mouth shut when everyone else has the same questions. Somebody's gotta ask, why not me? LOL! I want the answers, and I'd rather ask and learn how to protect myself and also, how to get the most pleasure, than be quiet and not know answers.It wasn't easy at first. I was still shy, still uncomfortable talking about it, but it got easier. And I don't mean I just started blabbing about sex everywhere I went. It would usually come up first, or I'd bring it up when it seemed a reasonable time to do so.

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Mark
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A relationship cannot survive without sex..sex is really important.. cz it gives meaning...its a connection..and if its good then u ll never get bored ..I know this first hand..I couldnt have sex with my bf .. I ve known him 4 years and we had an on off thing due to that..but I, myself didnt feel good about not having sex with the one i love..(well i couldnt cz i was scared of the idea, due 2 sexual harassment that i now left behind.I think you shouldn't spoil anyone's life if you are uncomfortable with sex, I would never do that. I would give it a try. But if i fail, i would never involve with any guy, as i know sex is a biological need. And everyone should get it, if you are uncomfortable for some reasons, share it, and don't get into relationship. You can have friends to hug, or parents or siblings, just don't spoil lives.

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Mark
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I think that you should definitely tell him everything you want. It would be better to tell someone you are really close to and trust not to tell anyone else or judge you for it (like your best friend or a family member). If you really can't tell someone you know, call the hotline for sure. Not only will you get the heavy feeling off your chest, but you will hear the perspective of another person and gain insight and understanding about what happened, why, etc. and how you can get over the shame of it, learn from it, and move on.

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Ben29
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Talk, or in general conversation, are the most important and needed things in relationships. I mean all relationships, between partners, friends, family. We have tongues, and opportunity to talk with the purpose of being understood by each other. So, guys, tell your partner what worries you.

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Mark
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Silence is not the way out of course, I do agree to this. Problems should be solved first of all between the couple if they have the real relationships. Moreover if this problem can spoil everything then I guess there is no need to pretend that there is nothing much going on. And I do agree to the statement that sex is very important. Of course that is not love, but it is one way of showing the affection, that a person means something to you. So if you have such problems then do go and solve it. It doesn't matter how, either with help of a doctor or together, but do it!

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Mark
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Well all the problems are important in some ways, I guess. Especially those connected with our sex life. Although I am sure that sex is not the main part of the relationships, it is one of the most important parts. We pay a lot of attention to it, that is why if you have really serious relations, you love each other, it is important to talk about your problems. Your partner should understand it, otherwise you’ll have even more serious problems. Try to make him talk, if not maybe you need to ask for help some people specializing such problems.

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Mark
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In my opinion if you really wants to prevent your problem jusy continue talking about it.. Maybe your partner is too shy to talk about it. Make him get used to it.Explain him such things.Sex is super-duper normal.Not to be too deep but how did you get here?
You were made by sex so what is there to be ashamed of? It's how people are made. Talk about it until your little horny heart is content.Someone needs to talk about it.If no one else is willing to bring it up in conversation then you have to. It needs to be talked about sometimes.

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