How Do You Know When Enough Is Enough?


Dear Walter,

I’m writing to ask when is enough [is] enough? I’ve been in a relationship with one person over 4 years and it seems to me instead of getting better it is the opposite. I’ve exhausted all think[ing] and compromising to save what we do have, which to me seems to only be the sexual part. I’ve asked for a professional opinion of the situation, but that doesn’t even concern my partner. I need help because I’m ready to [throw] in the towel and just say goodbye. What should I do?

Dear Throwing in the Towel,
A relationship roadblock can weigh you down like a broke baby daddy with a bad credit. But is this setting you back?
Four years is a long time to be getting taken for granted. At some point, the compromises become compromising. And more words are exchanged than messages getting through.
Relationships should be growing and developing. I’ll be the first to admit that can be challenging. Couples become complacent, diving deep into routines, schedules and expectations that often kill most romances. 
Sounds like you need to have a conversation about the course of your relationship. When do you guys see yourselves in the next few years? And what are some changes you want to see? 
If your relationship is just about sex then maybe you’ll be a better off being sex buddies. Seems like you are suffering from a lack of fulfillment in your courtship.
I never want to see a relationship dissolve but if you’re going down a dead end then maybe it’s time to get off the road. 



Dear Walter,

Do you feel if sex is the way to communicate with your lover or spouse?
Dear Communicationally Challenged,
The short answer is yes. But for a longer explanation continue reading. 
Sex is the barometer for a relationship. You need communication to have great sex. Knowing what your lover likes and dislikes will enhance your sexual experience. 
Sexless relationships aren’t healthy. It signals an emotional disconnection, evolving into a physical one.
From no sex in the city to sleeping with a stranger. It can feel like a chess match masquerading as chemistry. Eating ass can lead to anal sex. But how we do it matters. The wrong kissing techniques, teeth suction or tongue placement can obliterate oral sex. 
Have you noticed that sex with someone familiar will often generate a more pleasurable session?

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