I've been dealing with this issue for quite some time with my boyfriend, but it seems to be getting worse. Any time I don't want to have sex, whether the reason is I don't feel good, I'm tired, or I'm menstruating, my boyfriend becomes angry with me. We'll be laying in bed cuddling, he will try to initiate something when I tell him I'm on my period (or whatever the reason) and he immediately takes his arms from around me and turns the other way. He literally gets pissed, won't talk to me, and wants nothing to do with me. Last weekend it actually escalated into him going to sleep in the guest bedroom. This isn't something that happens all the time, but anytime I say no it's the same scenario. I'm left feeling like I did something wrong, but inside I know I didn't. I've been dealing with a lot of emotional issues, and sometimes I just want someone to hug me. There have been times when he's said no, and I understand, and still want to be effectionate and love him. But when he grabbed his pillow and walked out of the room this weekend, I felt alone and like he obviously doesn't love me if he could make me feel this way over not having sex. The more this happens the more I feel like he doesn't love me. Is this how any of you would treat someone you love? He doesn't understand why this hurts me feelings, so I'm left wondering if I did do something wrong. We've been having a lot of issues lately, and when he makes me feel this way it honestly takes away any desire I did have to make love. He doesn't understand how his actions directly effect my emotions. The worse he gets with this problem, the less and less I have a desire to have sex. Any advice will be greatly appreciate.
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