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  1. shooot that doesn’t sound like a bad thing at all lol. my husband would do it to me several times a week, but ever since he started antidepressants he hasn’t been in the mood as often which is totally understandable

  2. As many have said, you really did nothing wrong! Hoping everything works out between the two of you and wish you would tell us how it went 😉

  3. Just stop having sex with people like that. Ask ahead of time if they're into that, and if they say yes, don't do it. Not worth it.

  4. So you've definitely received plenty of posts about this. Unfortunately they mostly tell you to do stuff you already did, which isn't helpful, or break up with him, which is what you're obviously trying to avoid. Instead, I'm going to accuse you of lying: I’m not really sure what’s going on in his head. three sentences earlier He even said that it’s not OK for me to say these things knowing that I can have any guy I want. Basically accusing me of intensifying his insecurities. You are perfectly capable of inferring his motivations, which is not surprising, because they're obvious. I communicated clearly that I no longer want to have these conversations. Okay, this is something a child can do. “I don't like this, stop it.” You want to fix your relationship. Here's the problem: fixing people requires effort. It requires digging. It does not happen by simply saying what you want over and over until it happens. Someone will say: “You don't need to fix this guy! He doesn't deserve it!”. That may be entirely true. But it doesn't matter. You want to help, correct? You have to fucking push back in conversations. You will not get anywhere by simply responding to the literal context. If you want to deal with his feelings, you have to hear them. And when you get to that point, if you want to know what advice you can give him, it's hard to beat the classic: “Help me, please, I think I'm a narcissist. What do I do?” There are a hundred correct answers, yet all of them useless, all of them will fail precisely because you want to hear them. There's only one that's universally effective, I've said it before and no one liked it. This is step 1: fake it. You'll say: but this isn't a treatment, this doesn't make a real change in me, this isn't going to make me less of a narcissist if I'm faking! All of those answers are the narcissism talking. All of those answers miss the point: your treatment isn't for you, it's for everyone else. If you do not understand this, repeat step 1. Of course this isn't everything. But it works. That's the best kind of advice. And if you don't want to deal with it, then break up with him. You're 25. It will probably be fine either way. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.

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