It hurts to see (Name Here) being ill both physically and mentally from the effects of drugs.Heavenly Father I lift up (Name Here) to you and ask for mercy to give (his/her) life back and to show (Name Here) that through Your Mercy and Grace they can live a clean life again.Some men more than others will hesitate to risk asking for sex (and it IS a risk for him) if the emotional temperature between you is chilly.

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The physical intensity and frequency of sexual activity varies greatly in healthy marriages.

But if your husband is not regularly initiating sex with you, and is also often unresponsive to your sexual advances, it can leave a hole in your heart. I’ve heard from patients, radio callers, blog readers, friends, church acquaintances, and more, about the emptiness, frustration, and isolation women feel who face this in their marriage.

A man will shrink from attempting sex if he feels he will not be successful.

Decreasing testosterone can dramatically alter a man’s sex drive and abilities.

Help (Name Here) hit rock bottom Lord so this vicious cycle of abuse will stop.

Open (Name Here)’s heart to the truth and take away the confusion of this world and remove the influence of the Devil and his Demons that might have a stronghold in (Name Here)’s life.

Your part: if you have issues with his hygiene, performance, or other behavior, talk about it at a time when he can hear you, apart from sex. Look honestly at what is going on in your marriage, and make a conscious choice about what to do next. He knows what it’s like to feel lonely and rejected.

Check your own heart for where you can be welcoming and affirming to him. A healthy marriage, including healthy sexuality, is a matter for both husband and wife to continually work on. It’s just possible that He can use you to be the catalyst in bringing healing and stronger connection in your marriage, sexually and otherwise.

Get some help for yourself, and make a conscious choice about what you want to do.

I am NOT saying that you must say Yes every time your husband asks for sex. If he has gotten the message from you, verbally or nonverbally, that he is unwanted, unwelcome, unclean, or a poor performer, why would he keep trying?

While your husband is completely responsible for his behavior, taking action on your part will be empowering to you.