It’s the end of the night. I crawl into bed, get in as comfortable a position as I know I will find, and then feel my husband’s hand on me. “No!” I know that touch and what comes with it. What do I do?
Talking to a spouse about sexual needs and wants is not the easiest of conversations, even without a chronic illness like rheumatoid arthritis (RA). However, sex continues to be a major part of many relationships with RA and to keep it alive, we must be open to uncomfortable conversations.
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Cathy, I wish two people who love each other always had the same sexual desire. RA makes it worse. After 40 years of diabetes and 18 years of RA I know when we get it right it is wonderful, the other times, it is not so much. Thanks for writing your article. Much appreciated.