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Old February 16th, 2018, 06:56 AM   #41
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LOL..yeah, women tend to forget to mention little things like that it seems.
There are treatments for it.
We don't tell you guy that's just because you decide your sex life is over we feel no special obligation to end ours.
STILL don't understand why my late friends wife was pissed off that he gave some other woman something that she didn't even want any longer. She should have been happy about it.
There are hormones that women can take. The trouble is they are DAMN dangerous. They increase a womans risk of blood clots in the legs, uterine cancer, breast cancer, abnormal uterine bleeding and stroke.

As long as he wasn't being embarrassing.......I don't see why she was pissed off either.
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We don't tell you guy that's just because you decide your sex life is over we feel no special obligation to end ours.
Psssst. You don't have to tell us. Unless a woman has cheese between her ears.....this is a well known fact.
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There are hormones that women can take. The trouble is they are DAMN dangerous. They increase a womans risk of blood clots in the legs, uterine cancer, breast cancer, abnormal uterine bleeding and stroke.

As long as he wasn't being embarrassing.......I don't see why she was pissed off either.
Sure, hormones as well as therapy. I think the problem comes about when some women refuse to do anything about the problem. Some just don't view it as a problem, at least not for them.
Oh no, my friend was very discreet, never threw the GF in her face. The affair went on for several years before she found out, quite by accident. He felt the GF was a better option that just divorcing his wife.
He just laid low for a little while and got another GF, eventually the wife just learned to turn a blind eye to it.
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Sure, hormones as well as therapy. I think the problem comes about when some women refuse to do anything about the problem. Some just don't view it as a problem, at least not for them.
Oh no, my friend was very discreet, never threw the GF in her face. The affair went on for several years before she found out, quite by accident. He felt the GF was a better option that just divorcing his wife.
He just laid low for a little while and got another GF, eventually the wife just learned to turn a blind eye to it.
When the 'solution' to the problem can kill you, I can understand not taking that solution. That doesn't mean that 'love making' has to end, it just means that the man is going to have to do a lot more work to get her in the mood.

A large part of the problem is that some men don't want to do that. They want to be able to say......"we haven't had sex in a week" and then expect their wives to turn into porn stars.

I've had several girlfriends tell me that when they have tried to explain the reality of their lack of desire to their husbands, the husbands have basically said...."Can't you just fake it?"! Yeah, way to be considerate and understanding. No 'how about a romantic dinner out and then a sensual massage'. Just "I really don't care how you feel, just make it good for me".
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When the 'solution' to the problem can kill you, I can understand not taking that solution. That doesn't mean that 'love making' has to end, it just means that the man is going to have to do a lot more work to get her in the mood.

A large part of the problem is that some men don't want to do that. They want to be able to say......"we haven't had sex in a week" and then expect their wives to turn into porn stars.

I've had several girlfriends tell me that when they have tried to explain the reality of their lack of desire to their husbands, the husbands have basically said...."Can't you just fake it?"! Yeah, way to be considerate and understanding. No 'how about a romantic dinner out and then a sensual massage'. Just "I really don't care how you feel, just make it good for me".
Lots of problems have solutions that have the potential to kill you.


C'mon, with a lot of women if you can convince them it will make them lose 15 pounds before their best friends wedding they would inject battery acid into their veins. That OF COURSE is hyperbole, just a simplistic way to make a point.
What VALUE you one places on solving a problem determines what efforts/risks you are willing to take to find a solution to the problem.
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C'mon, with a lot of women if you can convince them it will make them lose 15 pounds before their best friends wedding they would inject battery acid into their veins. That OF COURSE is hyperbole, just a simplistic way to make a point.
What VALUE you one places on solving a problem determines what efforts/risks you are willing to take to find a solution to the problem.
Obviously, a large number of women don't place much value on finding a solution to the 'problem'.

Perhaps some husbands should ask themselves why their wives don't miss having sex with them?
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Obviously, a large number of women don't place much value on finding a solution to the 'problem'.

Perhaps some husbands should ask themselves why their wives don't miss having sex with them?
Exactly my point. If you do not place a high value on solving a problem not much effort will be expended on solving it, much less risk.

Now, now, you just said it was a problem caused by the natural occurrence of menopause, hormone changes.
And believe me a great many men do indeed ask that question, repeatedly.
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Exactly my point. If you do not place a high value on solving a problem not much effort will be expended on solving it, much less risk.

Now, now, you just said it was a problem caused by the natural occurrence of menopause, hormone changes.
And believe me a great many men do indeed ask that question, repeatedly.
It is. But that doesn't mean that there aren't ways to get around the problem. Seduction might do some good.


BUT.......


From conversations I've had with more than a few women, most women who declare...."I'm done with sex" do so because they haven't been enjoying it for quite some time. They've basically been 'doing it' just to keep the peace in the relationship. Once those hormones are gone, and sexual needs along with them, they decide that they've been satisfying his needs for long enough and it's time to put their needs, or lack of them, first.
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You bet. I can name a several women I know who wish it had never been developed.
We need to educate the men and I will support that argument. Some husbands ruin the chances of ever having a good sex life because they forced themselves on their wives at the wrong time. I rather not be married, than live with that.

Women are hormonally different from men and human females have cycles when they are more interested in sex than others. Women tend to be more attracted to aggressive and wilder males when they ovulate and then more attracted to the domesticated male the rest of the month. Unfortunately, this can lead to them having affairs. If men were sensitive to these cycles they would perceive less rejection because it is about her hormones, not him. Or it is about him being insensitive with the result of her becoming frigid. Too often males underrate the importance of romance and being caring. While a woman can underrate the importance of her figure and how she presents herself. I am talking nature here.

There are variations between people, some wanting to be more sexually active than others. It is not uncommon for the male to want sex much more than the female when they are young. The woman's sexual interest may increase when the male's interest is decreasing around mid-life. And now it is the male most apt to be less pleased with the marriage because his lower hormonal level means he needs more stimulation to get it up, and a younger less familiar female is more stimulating. We call this mid-life crisis.

Perhaps through science, we can be more reasonable and more practical. I think too much drama over an unfaithful mate might be going against nature and it is not good for the family, or unfaithfulness can be a serious warning requiring action. Perhaps counseling? I remember a time when I was glad my husband was interested in another woman and I would have been fine with moving her into our home.

Later I tried living with two younger men. That was interesting. It is a wonderful memory, but also a situation that could not last.
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Psssst. You don't have to tell us. Unless a woman has cheese between her ears.....this is a well known fact.
Have you watched the movie, Harold and Maude? Ruth Gordon is an older woman who was perfectly comfortable with her sexuality.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HrBG4yHC0Q
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