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I’m a 48 year old mother of 3 who recently after 20 plus years of marriage got divorced I found someone and we have been together now for over 4 years great man loving dad good to me like no one has ever been to me but here comes the but he has been with more women I was married to one person for over 20 years he’s sexual experience is far more than what I had and he gets mad at me cuz I won’t try things with him sexual things he made me feel bad when he compared me to his ex who he did more than I ever imagined he even told me and that made me feel bad my self esteem went down I don’t know what to do and I don’t want to loose him to another girl

Jul 4

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  • S** maniacs love variety and hunger for outside of boundaries. If it's not your style, move on!

  • You don't want to lose him as if he is the only man and you have no choice.
    You have plenty of choice.Just talk to your friends and get out of this just because he has been nice and yet humiliates you by talking about his ex.If he was so good why did she leave him? She was giving in to his every abnormal wish while having s**.Yet?
    He seems a smart operator.Slowly catch a woman and enthrall her to enslave her.
    He has no right to force you to sexually mistreat you to fulfil his fantasies.

  • Get out of this abusive and morbid sexual preferences that are being forced to comply with.
    It's very difficult to identify a good person for marriage as all put their est foot forward.

  • Get a couple of 5mg Valium’s and wash them down with a couple of beers, don’t overdo it or it won’t end well. This will loosen you up and make you h**** too, proceed to get naked and let him use you like a h*****. You will thank me for it !

  • He will replace you just like you replaced your ex husband. A relationship based on s** is not rooted in love. You like the s** but hate the things he wants you to do because you know it is wrong. Tell your ex you are sorry and go home

  • Go at your own pace, he should respect you for that.

  • That's difficult isn't it? I was with a divorced lady (before I married) who in her adult life had never, ever had an o*****. We were together for about two years during which we resolved that problem, frequently :) the next problem was, that having tasted the pleasures she took off and spread her wings!
    Explain to him, quietly, that you're having difficulties and as another post suggests, get him to slow down and take things gently. I'm sure you'll get there it'll just take time. Enjoy... but at the end of the day if it doesn't work out he's not the only fish in the sea.

  • You say no, why? does s** make you feel bad about yourself. do these weird things he want to do make you disgusted? exploring s** can be fun. maybe the problem is you never made s** important. guys do. ask him to take slow. try new things. if you don't like it let him know kindly. let him know what you fantasize about. if you say, you don't fantasize, then you need to think that maybe your sexually repressed. he might be the right guy to help you bring that out. explore s** together, but never go out side the boundaries of your marriage. it may sound fun but it is destructive in the end, especially if you need to cultivate your own sexuality. that is where you draw the line.

  • I love you.

  • The Nike shoe company developed an advertising campaign many years ago that really worked for them and I believe it will work for you too; "Just Do It."

  • Sweetheart, sounds like you have a wonderful opportunity that many women only dream of. A man that knows how to rock their world.

    I suggest you take advantage of the situation and enjoy.

    If not, let me know and I will give you my contact info as I would be happy to take your place!

  • Then get comfortable with your body, and try new things. The human body is meant to be explored, touched, kissed, rubbed, loved. Start by trying thing when you’re alone. Masturbation, explore your body and find out what your likes and dislikes are. It’s the only way you’ll open up, and be willing to experiment. Good luck

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