I've been with my boyfriend for 8 years in total. We dated when I was 14-18, broke up and got together when I was 22 and are still together.
When I was 18 and he was 20 we were having sex often. We broke up, dated other people and got back together. In the first 4 months of being back together we had sex often but then one day it just STOPPED. He has no sex dreams, doesn't and masturbate. We don't do ANYTHING! I love him and don't want to break up but it's been 3 years with no sex. I'm kind of getting pissed off. He has anxiety and depression. He has been to the doctors and they upped his medications but that didn't work. He has proper testosterone levels.
Am I wasting my time?
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