How to Add Kinky Sex and a Daddy/babygirl Relationship to your Existing Relationship Past the Age of 40
Chapter 1 Sex
(chapters 2-25 may also be about sex)
The discovery of kinky sex has been the jumpstart to your sex drive that you have been hoping for for years. You are excited and you want to try everything and now!
At first he has no clue what happened but he is eager to just go with it. Sex is nightly and you have a record streak going. You have experimented with things you’ve never done before and amassed a toy collection worthy of it’s own storage. Your sex life is on fire!
At some point though that fire starts to fade. You had the first night of nothing in a long while and you were freaked out that you might be losing this sexual revival. You settled down and came to terms with the fact that every night might be a bit unrealistic. Then one night off became two or maybe even three nights off (GASP!!) and suddenly your wailing that your sex life is over. Dramatic? Yes of course but you can’t see that because you’re in it.
You are willing, wanting, desiring for more More MORE, afterall you haven’t yet tried EVERYTHING out there, but his desire seems to have cooled. What is wrong? He’s a man and men always want sex so it can’t be him. It must be you.
Sex does not measure how much he loves or desires you. Sex does NOT measure how much he loves or desires you.
There could be a number of reasons why he isn’t wanting to hit it every night. Possibly the suckiest one is he just wants to watch sports. I mean WTF?!?!
You might want to blame some physical condition for his seeming lack of desire and by all means if you really think it’s an issue then discuss it and get a blood test. However, he may not have any issues with ED or low testosterone. It may just be that his drive is not as high as yours. It can feel like a cruel joke that just as yours is peaking his has decreased. It is not a reflection on his love or desire for you.
It is also possible that there are other health issues that interfere with his desire. He may have no issue with arousal but would rather forgo the added physical pain that sex brings. Step back and look – while not engaging every night is he still meeting your needs within a reasonable expectation? Then once again Sex does NOT measure how much he loves or desires you.
As a woman after 40 you get to start having those yearly mammograms. You start wondering if some things are perimenopause symptoms. The doctor brings up the future and when you will start testing to see if birth control is even necessary anymore. These coupled with his seeming decreased interest can cause a woman to feel like her body and sexuality is fading at a rapid pace. Things that aren’t true but hit like a storm that confuses your emotions.
Sex does NOT measure how much he loves or desires you.