Thank you all for your replies!
To be honest I do think it was just bad timing. There had been three occasions all in a row where my partner wasn't in the mood, therefore started to feel a bit like rejection. But usually I am able to deal with the difference in sex drives as I am well equipped with my lovely toys!
Natand Tom – I do agree, I shouldn’t have to change my sex drive. Think I was just feeling a little down about it all. We have spoken about his low libido previously as we thought it may have been to do a possible low testosterone as that can have an effect on a males sex drive. However, he never decided to go to the doctors about it as he doesn’t with any other medical problem!
Young and fun95 – That is true, I’d hate to find out that my partner had sex with me purely because he felt like he had to, would probably feel worse if that happened actually! Ahaa, yes, after failed attempts and then the surprise of actually getting somewhere does make it so much more exciting as it’s not always guaranteed to happen and then suddenly it does.
Jessicaleon11 – ‘My sex drive is through the roof, hubby's isn't - he's too tired and stressed from work so doesn't want it as much as me.’
I’d say that’s exactly how it is with me and my partner. If it wasn’t for his long commute to work and long hours, we’d defiantly be having more sex!
Fun Louise – Yes, that is true. I’ve noticed that the more I push the less I get as well.
Yield – Can’t really say I agree with this, I’m afraid. I don’t feel like changing my appearance is the way forwards as I know that’s not an issue and even if it was, I’m not the kind of person to change who I am to suit someone else. I used to do that sort of thing when I was younger and that just caused me to have serious confidence issues and not understanding who I really was…