Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. If you're in a long-term relationship, there will be other times. If any person is inexperienced in hearing no, he or she is just not putting themselves out there often enough.
MY wife and I have been married almost 20 years and have children attending primary school. We both work and have enough to pay our way. We try to look positively on things and hope that we will see an end to this recession. Our problem is in the bedroom. My wife won't have sex, doesn't like touching and when she says yes, she won't kiss or be in any way intimate. That happens about once a month. She sees nothing wrong with this, but I am at my wit's end over it.
Every relationship goes through rough patches. Both of those states are totally normal. But it does, all the time. We spoke to four relationship therapists to get their take.
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