We didn't know each other's names, and the photos he shared were only from the waist down, which made it feel safe. It would have been easy; my fiancé never would have known because he was living in another state.
But I didn't want to give up what I had for something unknown.
A year ago my husband started chatting with women on the Internet. He says that the women don’t mean anything to him but he won’t quit.
All his free time is spent chatting with these women. There is one woman that he seems very close to they talk everyday.
I identify as a , meaning I'm only interested in sex when there's also an emotional connection.
The level of intimacy and connection I feel with my husband ebbs and flows, which affects my interest in sex.
The sexting fizzled out, but what I had with him is missing from my sex life now. Even when we were long distance, we had phone sex less than a handful of times. " and he says, "I don't really have any." That's difficult for me to believe.
I'd like to be able to send him a sexy picture and have him be excited, but that's not what he's like. If I send him a dirty thought I've had or a naked photo of me, his reaction is awkward.He doesn't know how to respond, if he's supposed to compliment me or say something sexy back.That's an element I would like our relationship to have, but it's not something I to have in order to be happy with him.We have a TV in the bedroom, and we watch way too much of it.Most evenings we'll watch next to each other but we're not really "together." He'll be scrolling through Facebook or playing a game.I was never popular in high school and didn't date anyone until I was 17, so I never had a bunch of boyfriends, even though I had crushes. I was never good at flirting, but doing it online made it easier.