I found this group on someone's profile and it's a strange thing that I did. I'm sitting here with a lump in my throat just wanting to cry. I'm getting married in about 3 weeks, maybe 2 to a wonderful man. We have the most perfect relationship. Except we don't have a sex life. I'm 49 and for the first time in my life I want to actually have sex. I don't know if my age or what. But he suffers from chronic pain and between that and his pain meds, either too many or too little of them, there always seems to be a reason or an excuse. I feel so rejected and unwanted right now. He fulfills everything there is to fulfill except for sex. I am going to marry him but I just can't imagine living like this for the rest of my life. But I guess I may have too. It just seems to never have a solid reason why this is going on. We are together 24/7 so I know it's not someone. It does have to do with something inside of him. I trust him wholely that he loves me and wants to be with me so that isn't the problem. I don't even think I know what I'm talking about now. I just don't know what I can do, I've tried talking and almost fighting with him over this but never does or has it changed anything. I guess what I'm here for is wondering if I'm the only one. Am I the only one with a perfect relationship who has no sex life with in it?
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