All my boyfriend ever thinks about is sex?
I was molested throughout my childhood and raped by a classmate a year before we began dating. My boyfriend and I have been together for 2 years (I'm 16, he's 18). I lost my virginity to him, but after a few months of sex, I wanted to stop (emotional, religious, and family reasons). He seemed to understand but was disappointed.
However, now all he thinks about is sex. He seems depressed over it. But I don't think I can have sex without experiencing horrible depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms (originating from my molestation and rape). He is unhappy with life in general, and he feels hopeless. I really want to want to have sex, but I don't. I want him to be happy, but I don't know what to do.
He doesn't pressure me, but I just feel so guilty seeing him struggle with it all the time (he sees couples at school talk about it, he hears about it, and he's jealous of them). I told him he can watch porn, I said he could even have sex with other girls if he wanted to. But he only wants to have sex with me as it provides an intimacy he seems to believe we can't achieve any other way.
We don't do anything sexual anymore, besides occasionally making out, and I don't even really like that.
I don't know. I'm just really hurt that he can't get over it because I need him to be okay with this.
Should I just give in so he can be happy? Or what do I do? How can I make him happy without being miserable myself?
My boyfriend did know about my issues before committing to a relationship.
I am also currently in therapy for PTSD and depression, and I've been doing a lot better.
I am so thankful for my boyfriend. I am so appreciative of him and all that he's done. He is truly a champ. :)
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
it sounds like this guy is a champ for sticking with you throughout your tough times. i had a shockingly similar occurrence, but my guy dumped me when i said i didn't want to have sex anymore. this guy obviously cares about you. he wouldnt stick around if it was all physical. i think he does need to understand that you two can achieve intimacy without being physical. i also suggest you go to a therapist, if you aren't already. i hope things work out for you hon.
- Anonymous9 years ago
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- 9 years ago
You need to dump your boyfriend. He deserves better than some girl with another life story and mommy and daddy issues. You put to much on sex and make it complicated, and it's just grossly overly dramatic. No guy wants a girl with issues like yours so you really need to stop making things so god damn complicated.
You need to put your past problems behind or get consoling. Taxpayers pay alot for planned parent hood and related services that could help you, so use them.