Sex therapy woman struggles to trust partner after he lied about losing his job during THREE MONTHS

A woman in sex therapy with her boyfriend reveals that she has trouble trusting him in the bedroom because he lied to her about losing his job for three months.

New BBC3 reality series Sex on the Couch sees couples visiting a specially constructed clinic to open up about their relationship problems and injections intimacy back in their relationships.

Louisa, 30, and Nick, 34, who met five years in succession in a publishing house where they both worked in 2014, admit that they have almost never had sex since they came together.

& # 39;With the intimacy side there is such a divorce, "Louisa explains.

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Louisa, pictured on the right, reveals that she has difficulty trusting Nicholas in the bedroom due to the fact that he lied to her about losing his job for three months

Louisa, pictured on the right, reveals that she has difficulty trusting Nicholas in the bedroom due to the fact that he lied to her about losing his job for three months

& # 39; We try to be intimate with each other, but it's just very difficult. We have made our way through everything else, but you cannot fake it in the bedroom. & # 39;

Louisa admits that she often finds sexual intercourse painful if she suffers from the chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as ME, and the chronic pain disorder fibromyalgia.

But when sex therapist Lohani Noor digs deeper into their relationship, it becomes clear that there is an & # 39; unresolved issue & # 39; is between the couple.

At that moment, Nick makes an emotional confession – hiding the fact that he left his job at Louisa for & # 39; two or three months & # 39; was lost.

Through tears, Nick admits that he is a & # 39; failure & # 39; and he was afraid Louisa would no longer be proud of him

Through tears, Nick admits that he is a & # 39; failure & # 39; and he was afraid Louisa would no longer be proud of him

Through tears, Nick admits that he is a & # 39; failure & # 39; and he was afraid Louisa would no longer be proud of him

Nick becomes emotional when he admits he hid his job at Louisa for & # 39; two or three months & # 39; was lost

Nick becomes emotional when he admits he hid his job at Louisa for & # 39; two or three months & # 39; was lost

Nick becomes emotional when he admits he hid his job at Louisa for & # 39; two or three months & # 39; was lost

& # 39; IK & # 39;I had problems with the person I am, & he reveals. & # 39; I have been very unfair in our relationship. I lost my job a few years ago. It came as a real shock to me and I felt a failure.

& # 39; I really felt a failure after telling Louisa how well I did because I was. & # 39;

Lohani points out that while his intention was to protect his girlfriend by being silent, the final product & # 39; was really harmful in terms of confidence & # 39 ;.

When sex therapist Lohani Noor delves into the relationship between Louisa and Nick, it becomes clear that there is an & # 39; unsolved problem & # 39; is between the couple

When sex therapist Lohani Noor delves into the relationship between Louisa and Nick, it becomes clear that there is an & # 39; unsolved problem & # 39; is between the couple

When sex therapist Lohani Noor delves into the relationship between Louisa and Nick, it becomes clear that there is an & # 39; unsolved problem & # 39; is between the couple

Through tears, Nick says he & # 39; is terribly sorry & # 39; but claims that Louisa often tells him she doesn't believe him when he apologizes.

He adds: & # 39; I wanted to leave and be someone that Lou can be proud of. & # 39;

When the couple first met, Nick says: & # 39; the passion burned brighter and brighter and it was great & # 39 ;.

But since they were living together, he revealed that they do not have & # 39; anywhere so often & # 39; had more sex than before, and she added: & # 39; It's not that often now. & # 39;

He admits that, unlike Louisa, he prefers sexual intercourse to predict and is delayed to oral sex because of his lack of experience.

Louisa, 30 and Nick, 34, who met five years in succession in a publishing house where they both worked in 2014, admit that they have almost never had sex since they moved together

Louisa, 30 and Nick, 34, who met five years in succession in a publishing house where they both worked in 2014, admit that they have almost never had sex since they moved together

Louisa, 30 and Nick, 34, who met five years in succession in a publishing house where they both worked in 2014, admit that they have almost never had sex since they moved together

To encourage Louisa and Nick to reconnect, Lohani suggests that the couple try to give each other a massage as & # 39; homework & # 39;

To encourage Louisa and Nick to reconnect, Lohani suggests that the couple try to give each other a massage as & # 39; homework & # 39;

To encourage Louisa and Nick to reconnect, Lohani suggests that the couple try to give each other a massage as & # 39; homework & # 39;

& # 39; I went with women a few times and I told Louisa that I was good at it, but I'm probably not as good as I am, and in our relationship I have never given Louisa oral sex because I feel so good I would be completely nonsense about it, & he says.

& # 39; When things get a little frisky, I feel horny and want to make love to her. & # 39;

Louisa says that this attitude does not make her enthusiastic about being intimate.

To encourage them to reconnect, Lohani suggests that the couple give each other a massage like & # 39; homework & # 39; trying to give.

But when they return to the clinic, Louisa reveals that they were rowing about what massage oil Nick used.

& # 39; I read that I didn't have to put essential oils on the skin, and that was when I knew Nicholas hadn't really looked at things when he was about to put the essential oil on my skin , so I had to intervene & # 39 ;, she says. .

New series BBC3-reality Sex on the Couch visits couples in a purpose-built clinic to tackle their relationship problems and inject intimacy back into their relationships. Pictured (from left to right) are sex therapists Lohani Noor, Silva Neves, Dr. Roberta Babband Kate Moyle

New series BBC3-reality Sex on the Couch visits couples in a purpose-built clinic to tackle their relationship problems and inject intimacy back into their relationships. Pictured (from left to right) are sex therapists Lohani Noor, Silva Neves, Dr. Roberta Babband Kate Moyle

New series BBC3-reality Sex on the Couch visits couples in a purpose-built clinic to tackle their relationship problems and inject intimacy back into their relationships. Pictured (from left to right) are sex therapists Lohani Noor, Silva Neves, Dr. Roberta Babband Kate Moyle

& # 39; We had an agreement and I can't trust Nicholas to hold on to it, it feels like he's not thinking about me. & # 39;

This discussion calls on Lohani to ask about the trust in their relationship, which triggers Nick & # 39; s emotional confession.

Louisa says she is worried that they are not all on the same page – so can they get their relationship back on track?

Sex on the Couch is broadcast on BBC3 on Friday April 26 at 11:25.