I love my boyfriend and our family. The

I love my boyfriend and our family. The problem is I love s** so much! He just doesnt do it for me he never did I just thought hed get better. After 3 years he hasnt. I love him but want to have s** with other people just to be satisfied. I have tried to tell him what to do and how. Its like he doesnt get it!! HELP any suggestions welcome. I know I sound like a ho, I just want to be his ho.

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  • can i f*** you ?

  • this is a good tip- someone told it to me. Tell him you wanna play a game, and everything you do to him, he has to do to you. Then just do to him whatever you want him to do to you!

  • Ask to have a threesome

  • I've been there. I tell him what I like and what he should do, but it doesn't seem to get through. As weird as it is, I found he gets it better when I'm NOT telling him. If it's someone else (a book, website, doctor, a stranger even) for some reason it makes more sense in his head. I think it's because he can focus on something without me around, so he doesn't get so much of an urge to do it and abandon everything he's just learned.

  • I was going to be very negative, but the other responses calmed me down. Please for the sake of goodness, stick with him, please dont cheat, if you have to, leave him, PLEASE do not cheat, no need for it.

  • toys, toys and more toys.....

  • First of all, you are not a ho for wanting good s**, its a natural desire for everyone. I know this sounds corny but try to find books about s** that you can read TOGETHER. Not p***, real kama sutra, improve your s** life, advice and suggestion books. Here's a tip, boys understand better if there are pictures... but don't go too far by getting pop-up books. HAHA J/K You both might want to speak to a counselor who can also help. Why do you say your boyfriend and family? After three years if you have kids together but not a marriage... maybe there is a connection with suffering s** and lack of commitment? Something a counselor can help fix? BTW-I'm saying this nicely not sarcastically.

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