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July 28, 2003

Wife won't deliver?

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Ask us a Question!My wife is pregnant and has no interest in sex or even foreplay. All she talks about is the baby. Which makes sense, but I'm getting really frustrated and am thinking about ending the relationship. I know it's selfish, but what do I do? I love her, but I'm really getting needy and she doesn't even act like she misses it. She acts as though it's a vulgar act. Email to a Friend


Her view:

Dear Misery,

Wow, you are really impressive. Your wife is pregnant and not putting out. Ergot, it's time to leave her because your needs are not met. Let's overlook the fact that she is carrying your child in a state of significant discomfort.

Frankly, I do not believe she deserves you. Clearly you should leave and let your wife and child rebuild their lives—the sooner the better.

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His view:

Dear Misery,

Let me get this clear. You're thinking of ending the relationship?

Now that the baby is on its way, and you are about to become a father, you want to end the relationship? Because she doesn't want to have sex? Because you are getting needy?

Think about how needy that kid of yours is going to be. That's 'needy'. Going without sex for nine months is not needy—millions of people do it all the time. Leaving your wife and kid because you're frustrated, well that's beyond selfish.

It's pathetic. It's low.

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