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Advice on immatured sexual behaviour - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexual Problems
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Practicing since : 2005
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User :   Hi there
I am worried that I may lose my boyfriend... he wants sex every day, I give it to him at the moment every other day and even this is becoming a chore and I have started getting nervous coming home from work. To the point where I don't want to go home straight after work as I cannot rest after work at home anymore.
He doesn't understand when I don't want it. When he does try and instigate it's just a grope straight on the boob or something which, I have to be honest is really childish and a turn off.
He'll then argue for days about it - which then makes me not in the mood for it! I can't win - should I see a councellor about it with him?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Let me read your query
Doctor :   Did he have nay medical disease?
User : no and me neither
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   He needs some counselling
Doctor :   froma psychoterapist
Doctor :   to know about
Doctor :   how to let him have control over his emotions
User : really? how do you think it's best to approach this with him? in a sensitive way
Doctor :   is he havin any depression or stress?
User : no
Doctor :   you need to get an appointment with an sexologist
User :   ok, i will have a look. thank you
Doctor :   use this link
Doctor :   prof is an renowned expert in this
Doctor :   his problems
Doctor :   will be solved by discussion
User :   wonderful, I will give it a go. thanks very much :)
Doctor :   is there anything else i can help you with now?
User :   erm... not that i can think of right now, thanks
Doctor :   thanks for consulting bye for now
Doctor :   take care
Doctor :   bye
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