Here is a fantastic link that illustrates the massive size & shape of the Clitoris.
It looks very much like an eagle with its wings spread apart. I must admit that this link was responsible for giving Mrs Grizz the best wall shaking orgasms EVER. Even I, the Grizz, had not a clue about the massive size of that female flower. Might help if your DH sees this link?
Hope this helps,
my primal journal:
If my wife & I were sexually incompatible, it would be over with very quickly. I would be the first to visit the free dating service,
There are about 50 lonely women in my neighbor's age group listed there within 15 miles. He was having BAD problems with his girlfriend, so I got him started at Plenty of Fish.com.
PS) You are really cute & attractive,
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Sex is primal, so it makes sense that changing to primal diet would enhance all apects of one's life. You youngsters might be surprized to know that men and women can enjoy active, satisfying sex even in their 70s, 80s, and beyond.
This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Any given day you are surrounded by 10,000 idiots. Lao Tsu, founder of Taoism
Pretty much described him to a T Grizz. If I had health insurance I may try that but I don't even know if I would be willing to see one. I think that would be worse then seeing a marriage counselor. I'm actually afraid to tell him how bad it is for me.
i think it's important to be honest.
if it is really that bad for you, it's time to come up with a solution. that could take any number of forms.
if the relationship is worth saving (in your mind) then at this point, counseling may be the only way to do so. and, if you want to save it, you may have to do the leg work.
if you don't want to save it, then you need to start looking at that seriously and talking to him about it. if he wants to save it and you are willing, then he will get counseling and you will go with him and see what is what.
a friend of mine did this. she wanted to save her marriage, she told him how bad it was for her, she did all of the leg work of finding a counselor and making the appointments. he went to "humor" her figuring that she would "work through it and things will go back to normal." he wasn't listening, until the day she said "i want a divorce." she's happy now (and in a different relationship), and he's engaged to someone else, so there it is. people can and do move on too. they, though, didn't have any kids.
i think that your husband would not respond well to an open relaitonship.
I'm still on the fence either way. I don't see us doing any splitting until the youngest were to be out of the house and that's another 9 yrs down the line. We really truly get along great other than this one area. Like I've said, I've gotten used to things. I figure if he wants to change, he'll let me know.