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Not discussing the problem only makes it fester and causes additional problems.

I realize and appreciate that every relationship is different and has its own dynamics, but one thing which is very real is that denying one's self and their loved one the pleasure, passion, joy and emotional fulfillment of sexual intimacy is indeed a form of Emotional Abuse and it is NOT ACCEPTABLE.

I have lost control and tried for sex many times, always rejected, feel so ashamed, first for asking and then for refusal.

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Whether their refusal is due to mental illness, passive/aggressive anger or control issues or an underlying reason that even they are not aware of, the act of not even trying to right this wrong is Emotional Abuse. It drains one's energy, makes them feel like they're fighting a losing battle, and makes them question their own sanity. There has to be a reason; the refused did not cause this.

Sex is the glue which holds a relationship/marriage together. If the refuser doesn't try to deal with their reason for inflicting this devastating blow to their partner's psyche, self-esteem and sense of self-worth, then it is just plain CRUEL and SELFISH. Even if they did, they cannot begin to right the situation if the refuser refuses to even discuss the matter.

It is supposed to be the one thing which separates a couple from just being friends or just being roommates. It may make their partner question their self-worth, it may cause depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, lessen their ability to think rationally, create a sense of hopelessness and cause them constant worry. The refuser withholds sex and that is not fair and is wrong, very wrong.

Denying one's partner sex and sexual intimacy is abuse because it makes their partner feel unwanted, undesired, unworthy, unattractive, unhappy and unfulfilled. If they have a problem, whether it be a mental or physical issue or personal reason, they should own up to it and try to get it out and into the open.

Withholding sex in a "loving" relationship is Emotional Abuse.

Denying one's partner the bond which cultivates closeness and intimacy with them is Emotional Abuse.

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