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  • If I were you I’d just be grateful you have a lifestyle that allows such things like vacations, forget the sex or lack thereof. Been 9 years since my last true vacation. I’d trade three months of sex for a two week vacation right now.

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  • I would only do this if you can take the pictures yourself and forgo a third party. If you want professional results but handling the photography yourself, look up some tutorials on DIY video/photography lighting, and explore the setting on whatever cameras you have, both smartphone cameras and any standalone cameras you may own. You can get semi-professional results yourself these days, which is likely more than good enough for intended purposes.

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  • Queen bed Asked on May 22, 2020 in Other (Other non-sexual marriage issues.).

      It might bother me, but around here cell service is not 100% reliable. There have been times my wife has been out past the time I expected her back, and I wasn’t able to get a call or text through. Mostly I get worried about her safety versus getting annoyed with her if I don’t get a reply.

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    • Queen bed Asked on April 30, 2020 in Question of the Day.

        We’re both “sleepers”, meaning neither night owls or morning people. She’s more night owl than me, and my job forces me to adapt to being a morning person, but if no job and no children were around we’d both probably go to bed at 10 or 11 and sleep until 8 or 9.

        As far as sex and related activities, life circumstances dictate that to happen before bedtime at night. We have children that for some unexplained reason come bouncing out of bed at 5am, and don’t have a very private house, so anything besides nighttime is difficult to accomplish. Especially now with coronavirus keeping the kids home and out of school.

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      • Queen bed Asked on April 21, 2020 in Sexually Refused .

          This type of thing doesn’t seem like just a physical issue to me, there must be other issues involved. Is he a physically active person in general? Does he have a high-stress job? Is your living situation solid (comfortable home/apartment)? What are his hobbies, and do you participate in any of them with him? Is there any longstanding issues besides this one that cause stress or eat up free time?

          I only ask that because in my marriage with my wife, even if our physical desire is decently strong, there is always some other issue that can take energy away, or occupy our time elsewhere, or any number of things not directly related to desire.

          In other words, I suspect that low T isn’t the only issue, and that there are other factors at play.

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        • Probably 2 for me, because I prefer routine and predictability. If it was option 1 in my wife and I’s relationship, it might end up not even happening when it’s supposed to because something would get in the way (like kids or work or health issues).

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        • Well you all are having a great old time fighting about this, but it is really very simple: sleep is more important.

          I have worked a job for the last 11 years that requires me to be at work about 2 or 3 hours before sunrise typically, and I can say with absolute certainty that sleep is more important, I have put the theory to the test many times.

          However, if my wife is in the mood, I don’t turn her down. That being said, she would never be so inconsiderate as to wake me up 3 hours before my scheduled work wake up time for sex. We save it for nights with no work the next day.

          This is bonehead simple: Understand your spouse and be considerate to them no matter what.

          Quite frankly, I think anyone who can find the time to argue about this has too few actual problems in life and is bored.

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        • Queen bed Asked on April 17, 2020 in Question of the Day.

            Since my wife and I have pretty much the same drive level, all it takes really is finally having an opportunity. Kids, health, stress, and all that are the things hindering us, so when the stars align to where the kids get to bed early enough, no early awake time for one of us the next day, and we’re both not sick, that’s pretty much all we need.

            Basically, if you want your love life to seem way better, just hope everything else in you life becomes harder, lol. It really does work.

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          • Queen bed Asked on April 16, 2020 in Question of the Day.

              Both are technically correct in our case; we had a friendship for awhile before starting to date, and there was a specific moment during our friendship before even talking about possibly dating that on my part could be called a “love at first sight revelation”, even though it wasn’t the actual first sight or close to it. After that moment and the decision to start dating, six months later we were married, so even though it wasn’t the storybook “love at first sight” example, I’d consider it to be that because of the way it just hit me. So obviously a God thing.

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            • Queen bed Asked on April 3, 2020 in None of The Above.

                I’ve heard it said that people who lived through the 1918 flu pandemic tended to be a little more mindful of cleanliness in the years after. For those of us who (hopefully) get past this one, I can only speak for myself, and I plan on making some significant changes from being more prepared to shelter at home for extended periods, to things as big as career changes and possible relocation to another part of the country. Assuming survival through this, MANY things in my family’s life will change, hopefully for the better.

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