So What Happens When Your Sex Drive Becomes Hormonally Challenged? G-uno

I have to say that I thought nothing about aging would make me any more annoyed than getting use to wearing glasses every time I need to read something. Well how wrong was I? Now life has taken a completely different turn, and I have to admit I’m pretty angry about the way it has effected Mr. G-uno, and I’s sex life. Any one who has been in a long-term relationship will tell you that it’s hard work balancing two humans wants, desires, and needs on an ongoing basis.
Mr G-uno, and I have been at this for over 34 years. I have been completely spoiled in one area of our relationship. Our sex life has always been the most compatible part of our relationship. We ran on automatic pilot, and our biggest obstacle was finding time to be alone to do what we like doing best. In other areas we are complete opposites. We are both strong-willed, we both think our way is the best way so there has never been a lack of passion either inside the bedroom, or outside. The saving grace no matter how explosive we are as a couple is the sex.
It’s always been the one area where we are explosive, and completely in synch, That is until “The Magical Vagina” became  hormonally challenged.  Hormone replacement therapy is not an option for me because of genetic predisposition health issues. To be perfectly honest I can learn to deal with experimenting with sexual lubricants. It’s wrapping my mind around the loss of who I have always been that scares me. More importantly the loss of who Mr G-uno, and I have always been sexually.
So what do you do? In my case when I finally faced what was going on with me, I just sat Mr. G-uno down to make sure he knew that nothing had changed between us. My issues have nothing to do with him being less attractive, or less desirable. I have to pull up my big girl pants, and adjust to this next phase of my life. The thought that scares me is that it does change us.

 

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  1. #1 by Brian on June 8, 2017 - 4:37 pm

    I see a problem – you said you “have to pull UP your big girl pants.” Wouldn’t it be more fun to pull them down?!?

    All kidding aside, props to you for sitting the Mr. down and ‘splaining things. That openness is a great tool.

    • #2 by idioglossiablog on June 11, 2017 - 10:48 pm

      LOL You make a valid point sir! Thanks Brian I needed the laugh. G-uno

  2. #3 by Jay on June 10, 2017 - 3:14 am

    The biggest sex organ is the brain. If desire’s still roaring up there, then the rest can be dealt with. It may not be the same, but I bet it can still be damn good.

    • #4 by idioglossiablog on June 11, 2017 - 10:46 pm

      Thank you Jay. I can run a long way on hope. 🙂 If anyone would have told me that I would responded to all this change in the way that I have I would never have believed them. It’s so true that you don’t really know how you will react until it happens to you. Thanks again. G-uno

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