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At first it was a game to us, a kind of joke. We made a lot of money, got drunk, did drugs. We thought it was fun. But it all escalated really quickly.
As the years went on, the fight for purity in our relationship only got more and more difficult.
It was the need for sex that prompted my reckless drinking. That way I wouldn’t remember the deplorable things I had done to gain the attention of a guy.
The few times we were intimate it was mechanical and void of emotion on his part. Then it stopped all together. In a bizarre way, his distancing made facing his death a lot easier. He inadvertently prepared me for widowhood.
Soon after I turned 15, one night on the swings at the park, he kissed me for the first time. Then everything escalated.
A few years into our marriage, I discovered that my husband had been sending sexually explicit emails to women he had met on the Internet. That was just the beginning.
We are all aware of the physical risks associated with multiple sex partners, but could these choices also put you at risk for heartache?
Parents can’t assume their kids will develop healthy sexual habits through exposure to sex-saturated media. We need to talk to them about our morals and views even if it feels uncomfortable to broach the topic
To get the most out of sex, look beyond the physical. Communication affects your total life. Your total life affects the sex you have.
So, your partner no longer seems that keen on sex, and it's definitely not sizzling like it use to. You may be inadvertently sabotaging your own sex life.
"So often I hear about how much men need sex, but my husband has no interest in sex. The only time we make love is when I initiate it. Is there something wrong with me? Why doesn’t my husband want me?"