My hubby wants to seek for “services”.
My hubby and I are both 33 years old. We were blessed with a son 2 years ago. Since then, my S drive has gone down to almost non-existence. Even the thought of soft S makes me want to throw up, probably due to the pregnancy after effect. So we have had a kind of S-less marriage in the last 2 years. Apart from that, things were great and we are happy with our son and family life.
However, recently my hubby seems to get more and more frustrated about this. He kept trying to initiate even though I have made it clear that it wouldn’t work. Last week, he even asked me to allow him to seek for “services” every once in a while, until I feel comfortable with S again, and that he still loved me, but he couldn’t resist longer.
Needless to say, I was shocked and couldn’t believe that such words can come out from my hubby. I don’t understand what kind of love and caring he has that makes him think it’s ok to be in bed with someone else, for whatever reason. He was pleasuring himself just fine in the last 2 years, but eventually gave up to his animal instincts without thinking about my conditions, which made me really disappointed.
Now that I am more calm, I decided that I still want to keep this marriage as I still love him and I want my son to have a happy family. Though it might be a little late, I will try to bring my hubby to see doctor, and maybe do yoga or meditation with him to suspend his drive. I hope that things will work out for us.
Ladies please be more careful with your partners. They can be nice and loyal and lovely, but inside them there is still this animal that is always ready to break free.
Don’t grow it. Control it early. Don’t be like me.
Here are what netizens think:
- Lol suspend his S drive? What’s he, a pet dog that needs to be neutered?
- Divorce your husband and let him find love and S with someone else. You are being selfish.
- It’s not realistic to ask him to suspend his urges. You’re the one who needs to work on ur issues, not him. N brownie points to him for being respectful enough to ask for permission as a last resort solution to the problem. I’m female btw, n not on ur side.
- the problem lies with you in the first place, he compromised, and you think he’s the one having problems instead?