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This week's question...
A reader writes... Q: My husband is a warm, kind, gentle, and affectionate man. Except after sex. Actually the sex itself is fine. The problem is what happens the next day. He isn’t mean, but almost every time the day after we have sex, he is very cold and distant towards me. When he does talk to me he is usually very short and kind of just keeps to himself. Then that day passes and it’s like nothing happened and he goes back to his normal loving self. He even acknowledges he has a problem with this, but doesn’t know why it happens. I asked him if I was doing things he didn’t like during sex and he said that wasn’t a problem at all. I even tried to have a sense of humor about it and asked if he had another wife and felt guilty, which he thought was funny but solved nothing. Is counseling the answer here? Have either of you ever come across this issue?
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