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Old 08-02-2015, 10:06 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by bigmac View Post

It's my position that sexual compatibility is essential. A very sexual guy or gal married to a partner who only wants to do it once a month with the lights off is just not going to work (for either party).
So let's say when you get married you are both sexually compatible. Lets say through the years it changes because of kids, health issues. meds. whatever.. does that mean that you now check out if the marriage because the sexual component is not there because of health issues? It just seems selfish to mm.. That person is only interested in their own needs being met. call me crazy, but I thought being in love meant that you care for the other persons needs as much as your own needs. If you are leaving a marriage because one (1) need isn't being meant the way you want it met, then it is not a marriage.

But getting back to the OP's original thought/post.... I think you may want to discuss things with her and maybe the both of you should go to counseling and see if something can be worked out. It can't hurt to try. If it can't, then the both of you can decided where to go from there.
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