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Question: Husband is concerned, but does not communicate well

Dear Lounge Advice,
My husband and I have met another great couple and have had two very heated and sexual encounters. The problem is my husband is not a very good communicator afterwards. Meaning I will ask him how it was for him etc. and all he will say is great or love to see them again. Now we just spent the weekend with this couple and he is making comments about I don't make that kind of time for him etc when we are home. How would you take this???



Dear (Anonymous),

I'm not sure how I would take this without talking to him further. He needs to express more of this feeling than just that statement.
It sounds like you two need to sit down and talk about this at length. Yes, probably easier said than done if he's not a great communicator. It might be dificult. However, if you two are both to continue in the lifestyle, thoughts and feelings need to be expressed thoroughly.
If he's not willing to do this, you can do nothing about what bothers him.
If he can express himself, then you can let him know that you're willing to work on things. But you cannot be a mind reader and fix something that is a mystery.
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