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Mark
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Guys!Help please advice! :(
I live with my boyfriend,we have sex,but I have no passion!What should i do and how to be?how to solve this problem? :dry: :dry: :dry:

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Mark
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What do you mean you do not have passion? You do not want your partner, so how do you have sex then? Or you do not enjoy sex when you have it with your partner? i am sorry for such questions, but I would like to understand the situation.

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Alex
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Did you talk to your partner about your problems in sex? what about him? does he feel the problem or he still has passion and enjoys sex the same as before?
and you got this feeling just now or it was from the start?

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Mark
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Depends on the reasons of your problem, you should try to understand them and to find out why it happened. It is your own problem (stress, bad thoughts,problems in relationships in general) or it is because of your partner ( he is doing something you dislike, he is not too attentive to you, or does not do what you really want).

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Don
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It is good that you want to solve this problem and I am sure you will solve it. It is difficult to advice something, while we do not know anything about your relationships, feelings and your emotions in general, but I think you made a right step in your trying to do something with things you dislike!

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Mark
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[quote="Joseph" post=1028]Guys!Help please advice! :(
I live with my boyfriend,we have sex,but I have no passion!What should i do and how to be?how to solve this problem? :dry: :dry: :dry:[/quote]
I do not want to scare you, I am just sharing my story. I had the same feeling some time ago. we had sex and it was regular, but I had no passion anymire. It was different and it was the start of our relationship's failure. It can be a sign that you should change something, work on your relationships, solve problems or you can have a bad result. wish you good luck :)

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Alan
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The most important thing in maintaining the passion - not to take a passive stance, not to miss the chance to update the intimate life: to change position, role, duration and even location passionate evenings :blush: :blush: :blush: . Tub, soft carpet, wide table in the living room, the sofa can become a place of passionate embrace, like a bed. Try new things, not get tired to experiment, to share his joy with a partner, to talk confidentially about sexual fantasies - that may be the key to a strong family Union, which harmoniously combines intimacy partners with constant their physical attraction to each other. :blink: :blush:

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John
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Try new activities or experiences together. If you have children, get a babysitter once a week. Studies have shown that sharing an activity that is novel and exciting can increase your sense of passion.Kiss on the mouth regularly, during sex and at other times.

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Mike24
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Fight the urge to use pet names or speak to your lover in a way that turns them into something cute, like a child or pet or teddybear. Remind your partner how sexy or hot or desirable he or she is.
Have separate bathrooms, if possible. If you have to share, don't use it at the same time for functional purposes, like brushing teeth. Sexy candle-lit baths and showers are OK... actually, better than OK.
And as i usually do: try to spend less time together, try to miss your partner. But if it doesn't help I think it is better to find another partner.

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Mark
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Have separate closets, if possible. Either way, get dressed in private, except when you deliberately want to strip in front of your lover. Keep some of the mystery and unfamiliarity alive.
Plan to meet at a restaurant or date venue, rather than going there together. You did that at the beginning before you lived together and when you still had knots of excitement in your stomach.
If you can afford it, hire a housecleaner. You can spend your Sunday afternoons in bed rather than arguing over who vacuums the living room.
Maintain healthy boundaries with family and in-laws. You can still have a healthy relationship with your relatives without you and your lover becoming siblings.

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Mark
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I know what this problem is like and i knoww how to solve it properly.Neediness isn't sexy. By neediness, I mean that your sense of self-worth and sense of security and lovability are tied to how your partner treats you rather than to how you feel about yourself and to how you treat yourself. If your partner has to have sex with you for you to feel that you are okay, that may be a turnoff to your partner. Relationships get boring when there is nothing new happening, and they flourish when each partner continues to learn and grow in the relationship. A boring relationship can lead to boring sex. Most people like to be in control, but they hate being controlled. If one or both of you are controlling -- with judgment, criticism, anger, blame or neediness -- the other person may shut down to not be controlled.

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