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Crazyhazel89 1 child; Erie, Pennsylvania 3994 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Jennifer Bolen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ★ASHLEY★:</b>" Good lord give it a freaking break ... [snip!] ... you always have to be such a rotten b***h!"</blockquote> Thank goodness someone said it!!!! Lol... She's an angry one."

she is a b***h in 99.99% of the posts i've seen her in.

The Dandelion Rapist 18 kids; New Mexico 6885 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Jennifer Bolen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting The Dandelion Rapist:</b>" It is pretty amusing. Haha, ... [snip!] ... first baby so I'm pretty sure I can fool him into thinking its true for at least a few minutes until my face gives it away!:)"



Glad it made you laugh...



My husband and I are always going back and forth with sarcasm. We definitely keep each other entertained.

★ASHLEY★ 17 kids; Michigan 1274 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Jennifer Bolen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ★ASHLEY★:</b>" Good lord give it a freaking break ... [snip!] ... you always have to be such a rotten b***h!"</blockquote> Thank goodness someone said it!!!! Lol... She's an angry one."


She's ALWAYS like that! Just ignore her (:

Sue_Brown Due September 27; Alberta 120 posts
2nd Feb '13

Wow, you had some bitchy women responding lol.
I think you have every right to be annoyed. You shouldn't be the one to have to take control or ask, or bring it up etc when you want to be intimate. It'll never be equal however the effort on his part should be there.
As much as making him go cold turkey will suck for you - perhaps he will get the picture if communicating it isn't working.
Or have another sit down and really let him know. "I do not appreciate nor like how I have to initiate or ask for sex. I am not asking for you to go crazy on me, but I am asking you put some effort into our sexual relationship. I am starting to recent being the one to do everything..."
Find a middle ground, work it out. :) Just don't stop till it's been settled. If you notice he's slipping back into doing nothing, address it again.
Is his sex drive always lower than yours? (Other than the fact of your new addition of hormones?)



I do mainly all the foreplay in my relation, mainly for myself at times because he just wants to jump into sex. It hurts to much, so I take care of the start. It's our middle ground that if I do the foreplay for him and myself than I can choose the position.... which is usually him than doing all the work. lol It works for us.

Jennifer Bolen Due April 16; Oregon 189 posts
2nd Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Sue_Brown:</b>" Wow, you had some bitchy women responding lol. I think you have every right to be annoyed. You shouldn't ... [snip!] ... for him and myself than I can choose the position.... which is usually him than doing all the work. lol It works for us."</blockquote>




I honestly think its been a few different things our communication has been off were preparing for a baby its his first baby, my third. He started a new job and has been working a bunch of over-time, and I'm 7 months now so I'm sure its a little awkward for him. We've talked about it a lot he days he still wants sex and he's not turned off by the pregnancy.... Maybe its just me being hormonal and him working so much?? We've never had issues before I could just be reading too much into it or he could just have a lot on his mind he's about to a Father?

Sue_Brown Due September 27; Alberta 120 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Jennifer Bolen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Sue_Brown:</b>" Wow, you had some bitchy women responding lol. ... [snip!] ... had issues before I could just be reading too much into it or he could just have a lot on his mind he's about to a Father?"


Oh. He's is most likely stressed and yes you are hormonal. You two just need to reconnect.
Start it off slow, doesn't need to be truly sexual. Cuddle, take a bath. Give him a Massage and perhaps see where that goes.
Allow him to know that you are trying just as much as you know he is.
Try to put less pressure on it. It'll heat up when he doesn't feel like he's on fire :)

The Dandelion Rapist 18 kids; New Mexico 6885 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Sue_Brown:" Wow, you had some bitchy women responding lol. I think you have every right to be annoyed. You shouldn't ... [snip!] ... for him and myself than I can choose the position.... which is usually him than doing all the work. lol It works for us."



Pointing out the fact that negative things were said won't really make the situation any better. Best to just let it go.

Sue_Brown Due September 27; Alberta 120 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting The Dandelion Rapist:" Pointing out the fact that negative things were said won't really make the situation any better. Best to just let it go. "


???

The Dandelion Rapist 18 kids; New Mexico 6885 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Sue_Brown:" ???"


I was talking about this comment right here. " Wow, you had some bitchy women responding"


If you respond to the negativity, it will continue. Which is why I said it would be better to just let it go.

Sue_Brown Due September 27; Alberta 120 posts
2nd Feb '13

lol Alrighty.

The Dandelion Rapist 18 kids; New Mexico 6885 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Sue_Brown:" lol Alrighty."


I know you weren't referring to me, because I didn't say anything offensive. I just thought I would offer you that bit of advice.

Sue_Brown Due September 27; Alberta 120 posts
2nd Feb '13

If one thinks as such, yes. Thanks, I suppose? lol

The Dandelion Rapist 18 kids; New Mexico 6885 posts
2nd Feb '13
Quoting Sue_Brown:" If one thinks as such, yes. Thanks, I suppose? lol"



I wasn't nit picking, I promise. I am a rather friendly person. I just thought you should know that by making remarks similar to what you said (About women in here being bitchy), in a lot of cases it will make things much worse before it makes things better.



So... You're welcome. :)