Best thing a Woman can give any husband/boyfriend

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Best thing a Woman can give any husband/boyfriend
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Fri, 12-23-2011 - 1:13pm

Is her unadulterated orgasm.

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Registered: 10-10-2011
Fri, 12-23-2011 - 9:51pm

What if the best orgasm she's ever had is as eventful as a sneeze?

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Sat, 12-24-2011 - 11:31am
alwaysfalling wrote:

What if the best orgasm she's ever had is as eventful as a sneeze?

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Sat, 12-24-2011 - 11:37am

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If sex felt worthwhile as an activity, in and of itself, then of course LLs would be interested in sex. But if there's no reward there, why bother, except out of love for one's beloved?>>

True, true and true.

F.

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Sun, 12-25-2011 - 5:24pm

a sneeze huh.... Well, I dated a woman many years ago (over 30)

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Sun, 12-25-2011 - 9:37pm

I don't think love has anything to do with

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Mon, 12-26-2011 - 12:57am
alwaysfalling wrote:

Maybe, the best thing a high libido person can give their lower libido partner is acceptance and a sign that reads "it's ok, I love you and you're good enough."

Or maybe the best thing they can both give one another is a break-up and freedom to go find a relationship that is satisfying. In my opinion, no one's obligated to remain in a relationship that includes a

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Mon, 12-26-2011 - 4:57am
my_sex_toy45 wrote:
alwaysfalling wrote:

Maybe, the best thing a high libido person can give their lower libido partner is acceptance and a sign that reads "it's ok, I love you and you're good enough."

Or maybe the best thing they can both give one another is a break-up and freedom to go find a relationship that is satisfying. In my opinion, no one's obligated to remain in a relationship that includes a

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Mon, 12-26-2011 - 7:28pm
You can still love each but not be sexually compatible. That happens all of the time. Despite all the love in the world, sometimes it is better to split up and find a more compatible partner. Contrary to popular music, love is not enough.
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Tue, 12-27-2011 - 8:37am
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And that includes you. I'm aware that you're staying for the kids, which I do find admirable, but I sense such hatred and rage toward your wife in your posts that I have to wonder if it's worthwhile.

If you're unable to see your part in the dynamic (i.e., that you may have overwhelmed her with your sexual ardour and neediness) and unable to understand the logic of her behaviour, then I have to wonder if you wouldn't be better off apart -- today. Your kids must be getting older, after all...

F.
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Tue, 12-27-2011 - 4:18pm
I agree that the LL simply may not have earth-shattering orgasms to offer their partner. If that is the case, and if sharing earth-shattering orgasms is vital to the HL's enjoyment of the relationship, then the greatest gift each can give the other is freedom. The key is to realize all the factual aspects soon enough to avoid enormous negative fallout from the separating.

When you see it coming, duck!

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