No sex after 3 months of dating

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Of course, being official or unofficial are just words, and ultimately titles don’t make relationships…but commitments do.

At the time, I felt really rejected (and incredibly horny), but I also knew he was right. MORE: 7 Sex Moves That Put You In Control I’ve had dry spells like this before—and some of 'em longer than this one—but for whatever reason, this period of zero physical connection makes me realize that I just don’t want to have dirty sex with some stranger, some f— buddy, or some ex-boyfriend—I want to actually get close to someone who will care about me for more than a night.

To me, this time spent meant that either we had gotten comfortable just dating and were subconsciously tied to just that, or simply put, maybe he just wasn’t into me.

Whatever the reason, one thing was clear: we were not going to be together.

I know, I know—you would think for someone who dates as much as I do and is so open about her personal life, I’d be getting a little more nooky.

But since I ended that kind-of-relationship with Patrick right after the Fourth of July, I haven’t been laid. Another confession: I’ve been trying to have sex…and failing at it miserably.

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