Q&A Is Wanting to Have Make-Up Sex after an Intense Fight Normal?

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My husband said it’s hard for him to have sex with me (the betrayed) after we fight. While I want to have make-up sex after we fight. He feels detach to me and it frustrates me because he doesn’t like to have sex after we fight. He even told me that we are very opposite. He told me that normally, when couples fight men can have sex and not feel distant while women are the ones who distance themselves and doesn’t want to have sex.



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