My girlfriend and I have been dating on and off for a while, things in our relationship has changed once she got the implant. Sex, etc. Now she's not feeling well, so how do I help her feel better until she gets it removed? Ill never give up on her, but it is taking a toll out of me, out of us.
As mean as this sounds, you can't. When on hormonal contraception women feel all different kinds of emotions, from happy to sad/angry/frustrated for no apparent reason and once in those moods it's very hard to get out of it no matter how much [the women] tell themselves they're acting irrational. My advice is to not give up on her, be patient, do not feed into her anger, do not retaliate with the same emotions, in other words, be cool, calm & collected. It can be very draining for you and for her as she truly doesn't want to feel that way or push you away but she feels as though she is and once she's in that mood she could think things she wouldn't usually think or even say things she doesn't mean. Sex on hormones changes from person to person, women may have bounts of horny excitement whilst others don't even want to be touched. Do you know if she's having irregular bleeding? That could also be a reason why the sex life isn't as before?
I'll just end with what I started this with… be patient, don't give up on her, do not feed into the anger, try calm her down by allowing her to get what she's feeling off her mind, always ask her how she's feeling… most importantly, ask her what she's craving today and then give it to her! :)
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