I have been with my boyfriend for 3 years now. I am 23, and he is 31. He is a morning person, so he likes to be in bed by 7/7:30 everyday. I lost my job last year, but we managed - kind of. His sex drive when down though, drastically. He didn't really want to have anything to do with me. At the time his best friend was living with us, so all he wanted to do was come home and hang out with him. We ended up breaking up and moving out. A few months later, I moved back in. Now his best friend has moved to San Diego. Soon after his sex drive was okay, then he lost his job - we didn't do so hot. His sex drive went to non-exsistant. I understand, that he is going through something, I am really trying hard to be understanding. But he now has a new job - which pays more money. His sex drive started to come back. We then started to discuss having a baby, and now his sex drive has gone back to once a month - if I am lucky. I don't know how much more I can take. I feel like a horrible person, I don't know what he is going through. But he is rude all the time. And every time I bring it up, he turns the tables, and starts acting like I am saying he is a horrible boyfriend, and he treats me bad. I don't know what to do anymore. I still love him. I want to stand by him, I do, but how?
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