During a playful row about sex my boyfriend said: “The problem with you is that you’re useless in bed.”
I was stunned and asked him to elaborate.
With that he went into a rant about how uptight, unimaginative and boring I am between the sheets.
This came out of nowhere. I managed to keep my cool and asked him why he bothered to stay when I’m so disappointing.
He thought for a minute and then said: “You’re the best I can get – at the moment.”
At the moment? Am I about to be replaced by someone “better”?
I feel devastated. How dare he destroy my confidence in a single swipe?
JANE SAYS: Your boyfriend has to understand that words are powerful weapons and that he’s wounded you.
Was he drunk or under stress when he said those things?
Does he still feel the same way?
If he believes that your sex life needs improving then what suggestions does he have for improving it together?
Sadly, if he no longer desires you, then are you over?
What you can’t have is someone disrespecting you and bringing you down.
Like what you see? Then fill your boots…
Want to bring a little glamour to your life every day with all the most exciting real-life stories, fashion and even sex tips HOT off the press?
Well, we've got you covered with our great new Hot Topics newsletter – it'll drop straight into your inbox around 7pm and you can unsubscribe whenever you like.
And signing up now means you'll get a front row seat for our great new series inside the lives of the next generation of Daily Star Page 3 girls.
You can sign up here – you won't regret it…
Brother acting like brat
My brother says he’ll only come on my stag weekend if I can guarantee he’ll get laid.
He says it’s my responsibility to ensure that he’s kept topped up with free drinks and female company for the entire trip.
I understand he’s furious with me for planning to marry his ex-girlfriend, but they were 18 when they split. He’s been married and divorced since then.
I bumped into my fiancée (his ex) in Thailand in 2018. Now we’re planning to get married he’s acting like a big baby.
How do I placate him when even our own parents have accused me of “hurting his feelings”?
JANE SAYS: Your brother is clearly trying to see how far he can push you.
H e is behaving like a brat.
Your parents may choose to indulge him but you don’t have to.
Tell him if he’s not prepared to enjoy your stag do like any other guy, then he’d better stay at home.
The fact you’re marrying his ex may wind him up but he and your bride-to-be were together a long time ago.
This really needs to end here.
Daughter app slaps are vile
My eldest daughter hasn’t bothered to visit in years, but that doesn’t stop her from bossing the rest of us around.
She’s on our family WhatsApp group and not a day goes by without her criticising. She constantly makes her sister (19) cry by calling her fat. What’s her problem?
JANE SAYS: Your eldest daughter clearly believes that her opinions are relevant.
But you can’t allow her to bring your youngest girl down.
Get on the phone to her and read her the riot act. I suspect you’re desperate not to lose contact but nothing gives her the right to bully.
Source: Read Full Article