Is Sex The Glue That Hold Marriage Together?My story: Married for 22 years, sexless for 4 years. My husband, who is much older than me, has medical problems and suffers from ed.
About five months ago, something happened in my life that turn my life upside down, makes me so insecure in my marriage, at times I felt like divorcing my husband!
It was at this time, that I decided to rekindle our sexlife. On hindsight, this was a bad idea because it added more pressure and stress when we were going though a 'rough patch' in our marriage.
I was, still am, going thru the menopause, which made me feel depressed and extremely emotional, our marriage and relationship changed from mundane to volatile.
Trying to fix a sexless marriage when husband has ed is no joke. We have been thru all sorts of emotions : extreme anger, extreme frustation, feeling of rejection, countless tears, husband will not let me touch him, feeling inadeqaute, wanting to just give up. I bought some online aids to fix the problem but they did not work.
About a month ago, I overhaul our diet to include food that promote blood circulation and it did reverse his ed. But if my husband neglects this diet, the ed will return.
Is sex the glue that hold a marriage together? ba
Although sex is important, good communication is equally important.
Me and my husband rarely fight, but when we do, we said so many hurtful and cruel things to one another to the point where both of us want to leave the marital home, and that alone can damage a marriage and love beyond repair.
You lost sight of things that matters most: your love for one another, your marriage, your children when you fight.
Thank god, I realise that before it is too late...
ImtooSexy 46-50 18 Responses 2 Mar 6, 2011