A sexually-frustrated husband compiled a spreadsheet charting a whole month’s worth of his wife’s excuses for refusing to have sex with him, including “I might be getting sick” and “I still don’t feel 100%”.For a whole month the amorous husband jotted down every response from his other half when he asked her for intimacy, which elicited replies such as “I feel gross” and “I’m watching the show”, which he claims was a re-run of a Friends episode. According to author Jon Birger, you’re not imagining things.
That's because "fidelity in marriage"—which only gets about 3½ million hits—is a hard thing to come by these days.
Was there something they could do to prevent this and create a mutually beneficial relationship?
When I was on [the] "Oprah" show, I talked about 9/11 firefighters who had helped the wives of their fallen comrades and ended up having affairs with them. I think most people ascribe to the theory that men cheat for sex.
In any case, if you want to be involved with this person, it’s your responsibility to get over it.
No one’s going to say that it’s easy to deal with your partner’s sexual past, especially if it’s more colorful than your own.