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Talking with Your Partner - Have a discussion. Your partner may tell you they are asexual, or you may figure it out on your own in the relationship. If you’re upset with the level of sexual intimacy or affection in your relationship, it’s best to talk about it together and have a clear understanding of each other’s needs and desires.
It can be difficult to start this kind of conversation. You can say, “I’ve noticed that we approach sex and affection differently, and it would be helpful to talk about it. It seems like I desire sex more than you do. What do you think?”
Be gentle in your approach without making accusations or casting blame. Say, “This is something I know is affecting both of us, which is why it feels important to discuss.”
If you don't know anything about asexuality, that's fine! Explain to your partner in a kind way that you want to genuinely try to understand more.
Speak supportively and non-judgmentally. You may feel frustrated and express your frustration to your partner. However, don’t say things that paint asexuality as a negative thing. Your partner may internalize these statements and feel bad about asexuality.
Assure your partner that you care and want to understand them. Say things that support your partner and let them know you do not see asexuality as bad.
Say, “This can be frustrating to me, but I hope you know that I care about you and want to understand you better. I want to support you.” You can also say, “There is nothing wrong with you. I care about you and that’s enough.”
Avoid saying things like, “Don’t worry, you’ll want to one day” or “It’s just a phase.” Instead, say “I love you the way you are. You don’t need to change for me.”
Listen. Let your partner be the expert on their feelings. Listen and ask questions in a supportive way. Let your partner talk and express himself or herself without you interrupting. While the discussion may begin from a place of anger or frustration, do your best to better understand your partner. Be respectful and challenge any assumptions you may have.
Practice your active listening skills by restating or summarizing what was said and reflecting the emotions. For example, say, “I hear you saying that you experience sexuality differently from me, and this causes you to feel confused and sometimes a bit sad.”
Instead of saying, “Why aren’t you attracted to me?” say, “I’d like to know how asexuality affects your feelings toward me.”
Communicate with each other and make agreements as to how your relationship is going to work.
Express your feelings. While it’s important to listen and hear your partner out, it’s also important for you to express your thoughts, feelings, desires, and needs. Even if your feelings differ from your partner’s, it’s okay to express them. Letting your partner know how you feel is just as important as you listening to your partner discuss how they feel. However, don’t make your partner responsible for your emotions.
Understand different types of sex addiction. There are lots of different behaviors that comprise the symptoms of a sex addiction. While some of these things may have a level of a social or societal norm, you may practice them outside of that norm or to such an extreme that interferes with your life. Some examples include:
- Compulsive masturbation
- Having multiple affairs
- Compulsively use pornography
- Having unsafe or risky sex
- Sadistic or masochistic practices
- Practicing voyeurism or exhibitionism
Observe common addiction behaviors. Addictions have traits in common, regardless of what the addiction actually is. For example, some common addiction behaviors include engaging in the behavior even though you know it causes harm, finding it difficult to stop even when you want to, experiencing some sort of withdrawal symptoms when you don’t engage (irritability, restlessness, cravings, depression), and hiding your behaviors from family and friends or minimizing them.
- Do you engage in any of these behaviors regarding your sexual activity? How do they affect you? How does it interfere with your daily life?
- To get more information and educate yourself, you may also want to look into resources on sex addiction, such as online or at your local library.
Diagnose a medical condition. Some medical conditions can cause changes to sexuality and arousal. You may want to have a medical check-up to rule out possible factors that can affect sexuality. Some considerations include having a brain lesion, endocrine abnormalities, or side-effects from certain medications.
- Check with your physician whether you are at risk for any of these problems.
Note if they're in any physical pain. Unlike women, men tend to show more physical symptoms regarding depression. Although there are some similarities between the genders, men tend to experience more unique signs. The need to hold in emotions can actually create physical pain. Some of the main physical signs include:
- Joint pain
- Stomach pain (digestive issues)
- Chest pain
These are just some of the physical symptoms that men experience while suffering from depression. What's more, these physical symptoms can easily be associated with other issues, making it hard to recognize that depression is even at play.
Notice a change in their weight. Women tend to gain weight when they're depressed, while men are more likely to lose weight. However, some men do wind up gaining weight due to overeating. Either way, look for a change in their weight. It will likely be due to a change in appetite over a change in physical activity.
- Someone who typically eats ravenously may no longer feel like clearing their plate. A man who often would not eat large meals may start eating all day, often on junk food. Ultimately, how the weight change manifests is determined by the individual.
Notice if he takes part in risky behaviors. If you think a man in your life is depressed, pay attention to his impulsivity and reckless behavior. Has he been taking more physical risks? Has his driving become increasingly more aggressive? These risky behaviors may be a sign of depression.
- Remember, if this man is an aggressive driver, that does not automatically mean that he's depressed. Men who are suffering from depression will show multiple signs. These types of behaviors are common signs and are generally paired with emotional and physical symptoms as well.