“My boyfriend and I have sex once a month”- Lady
Lydia was feeling conflicted. She loved her boyfriend deeply, but their sex life was lacking. They only had sex once a month, and while she enjoyed it, she didn’t want their relationship to be solely centered around sex.
“I don’t want to be just a sexual object,” she confided in her friend. “I need him to see the value in me beyond just sex.”
However, deep down, Lydia craved sex every day. She couldn’t help but feel unsatisfied with the frequency of their intimacy. That’s when she met someone else, a man who didn’t hold the same emotional significance as her boyfriend. They had a purely physical relationship, and Lydia found herself indulging in sex every day.
“I know it’s not right,” she admitted to her friend. “But I can’t help it. I need this physical connection.”
Her friend was concerned. “But what about your boyfriend? What if he found out?”
Lydia shrugged. “I don’t plan on telling him. And if he thinks less of me for having sex with someone else, then so be it. I need to satisfy my urge.”
It was a risky move, but Lydia felt that it was necessary for her own satisfaction. She didn’t see a future with this other man, but he fulfilled a physical need that her boyfriend couldn’t. It wasn’t ideal, but for Lydia, it was necessary.
Sexual desires are a natural part of being human, and it’s important to find ways to satisfy them. However, it’s also important to communicate with our partners and set boundaries that work for both parties. Lydia’s situation is a reminder that relationships are complex and require effort and compromise. It’s up to each individual to decide what they need to feel fulfilled in a relationship, but honesty and communication are key.