You don't need to see a doctor, have a serious talk with your fiancÚ.
sounds like he is not meeting your emotional needs and pressuring you
sexually. Sexual intimacy is more than physical,
it involves trust, security, spiritual and emotional closeness,
along with a commitment to the relationship. My conviction is
you can have this intimacy, only in a committed marriage.
any relationship, no one should feel coerced into doing anything
uncomfortable -especially sexually, because it damages trust. If
you can't say no to sex with your fiancÚ because you're afraid or
feel guilty, the relationship is not secure. You
and your fiancÚ should get to know each other outside of the
bedroom. Though it's not popular, I suggest you take a break from
having sex and focus on building a solid relationship. Talk about
your emotional needs and expectations. Let him know you want to
feel special and go on dates, talk about your future together,
talk about kids, family, finances and every issue you'll face when
you're married. When communication is good and there's security in
the relationship, intimacy flourishes.
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