Why can't I orgasm since I had my first G-spot orgasm?
ImageMy hubby and I has been married for 10 years. It started out really good, but then I admitted to cheating. He said that we would try to work things out, but then he started to put me down. It has been two years. we are still together, but he calls me names and I can't do anything to please him. I try to do whatever I can for him. I even go out and start his truck in the morning at 5:00 a.m. when it is snowing. He really hurts me. I cry a lot, but he doesn’t ever see me.

We also have two girls and sometimes I feel that it is the only reason I am staying with him. What should I do? Should I just suck it up because it is my fault?


ImageThe best thing you could do is go for some marital therapy. If you can’t afford that, perhaps you have a religious leader who could help you. What you two need right now is a referee who can talk to each of you separately and see if there is a solution to this. There might not be, and I, for one, don’t think you should stay with him just because of the children. If the two of you are miserable, the children are going to sense that and so there’s going to be a negative impact either way, which is why it might be better for you to leave, so that you can start your life anew. But it’s a bit early to make that decision. First, see if you can get someone with the right qualifications to intervene.

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