It’s your spouse, after all, who should enjoy such fulfillment from you and vice versa. We can help you save your marriage even in cases of infidelity, loss of trust, anger, sexual problems, and other issues.
(If you’re thinking your spouse would never come, contact us by phone or the form below and we’ll tell you what others who felt the same way did to get their spouses there.) We will keep everything you tell us completely confidential.
Life’s responsibilities and stresses shift and even if you don’t prioritize sex as you should now, it’s likely one of those “shifts” will, one day, also shift your sex drive meaning that you might be the one left out in the cold due to your spouse’s feelings of resentment, distance, or simply finding some way to do without because of your rejection.
Consider the following quote from Emily: “I’ve been surprised by what I usually feel immediately following his rejection.
I don’t immediately feel a shot to my ego, though that usually comes later.
I didn’t immediately feel anger because I wasn’t going to get the sexual release I felt I needed, though that usually comes later as well.
I casually mentioned a trip my husband and I took to a bed and breakfast and she started sobbing.
I reached out and took her hand, waiting until she had calmed down before I asked her to share with me what was wrong.Do your best to be patient and to make sex as pleasurable as possible for your spouse.Work to eliminate their excuses, if possible, because the more sex that you have with them the more likely it is that he/she will have renewed desire.It is likely that your spouse doesn’t see rejecting you for sex as equal to telling you that he/she is not attracted to you.It’s inconsiderate, yes, but it’s also most likely in part from ignorance and that is something I truly hope I can help by sharing Emily’s story.Having sex often and passionately is an extremely positive thing for your marriage!