Episode 102

Sex And Intimacy Issues

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Whether it’s the dirtier the better, or no sex at all – intimacy issues are hard to handle. In this episode of Digital Romance Radio, Mike and Nora’s listeners bare all and share their innermost sex concerns. Listen in to hear the nitty gritty details and how to handle sex and intimacy issues when they come up.

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What Do You Think?

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  • pocahontas Jan 8, 2015 at 12:08 pm

    Sorry if this is tmi. Me & my man have some issues cause he prefers a position that i dont like & vice versa. I am not real experienced so i have been called boring. But from my research from books & mags most things dont appeal to me. Im more basic oldschool i guess.

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  • mirrie Dec 10, 2014 at 5:51 am

    Hi why he shows interested make a date and cancel it,

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  • dear rosie Dec 9, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Dear beautiful T. Marie,

    3.5 years-4 years, whether married or as BF/GF, the honeymoon stage is waning or over. There is one HUGE difference though. When married, you have a vested interest to honor your vows but you are fooling yourself to think this applies to BF/GF. A marriage mindset is much different than when a BF/GF arrangement, live in or not.

    In any relationship there are 3 relationships. The one he’s having, the one you’re having and the one that IS reality. They are usually very different. I’m guessing you’re a young , giving person who trusts easily and wants to believe your man is telling you the truth. I think you may already know what I’m thinking about the lame excuse your BF gives for lack of sexual desire. I was married to a “kid’ who claimed the same thing for 12 years. Sure, anti depressants can kill desire- but there are other meds that do not. Save yourself and get out of this relationship. Cause if he’s thinking you signed up for this type of relationship, he’s not only a fool, he’s delusional. Either he’s interested in someone else or it is the meds. Either way, what’s so wonderful about this guy to deny yourself a sexual relationship? No one is worth that sacrifice. This is HIS sad cross to bear. Not yours. Having a healthy, passionate sexual relationship is critical to the success of any union. Without it you are roommates. So, IF his sudden disinterest is the meds (ahem…I don’t believe it’s the whole truth and nothing but the truth) than I SAY RUN- DON’T WALK-RUN away from this relationship. 3.5 years and no ring????? BYE BYE!!!! So, here’s my last question to you T. Marie- When is he moving out? Cause you didn’t sign up to be a girl friend and a martyr. So tell him to take care of himself, pack his things and go!!! Best gift you’ll ever give yourself this Christmas. Well, this and a 6 month subscription to Match.com or anyother site. Just sayin….

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  • Mohsen Jalilvand Dec 9, 2014 at 6:30 pm

    How can this conversation free?

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  • Julia Dec 9, 2014 at 5:37 pm

    I got the DoctorDonna reference! Whovian!Mike is even more fun than usual. 🙂

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  • Mae Dec 9, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    Hey Marie,
    Sadly anti-depressants can have that affect.
    I have had a long term relationship with a gentleman who developed ed for health reasons. We took the time and learned to please each other in the most intimate ways. We spent time talking and reading together about what we wanted to try and what we liked. We just did it even when we may not have been up for it. We had our share of lackluster times but laughed and danced anyway. Never took ourselves too seriously. We ultimately had more fun. It really deepened our intimacy and our love making sessions. You have to have a willing partner though..

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  • ali Dec 9, 2014 at 2:54 pm

    My boyfriend and I got him clean off of methadone… for the first 3 month we struggled with sexual intimacy, he tried too be intimate because be didn’t want me to feel inadequate but it was and felt forced. Now after 5 months he’s finally back and has no problem engaging and especially initiating sex. Id day be patient aims explore together weekday might help, if he really desired to change this for your relationship to survive it will be evident… Good luck, and walk in love not fear.

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  • T. Marie Dec 9, 2014 at 11:04 am

    My bf of 3.5 years blames his “lack” of his sex drive is due to his anti depressant he has been on for many yrs prior to me! Just doesnt make sense because for the first 3 years he was very sexual 🙁

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