Recently I was going through some of my old psychology notes, when I came across a great bit of information that I just had to share! Especially with our busy lifestyles these days, I think everyone could use this great information to help liven up their love life a little bit more. This advice is probably more directed at the guys, so men: listen up, learn something, and thank me later!
Every relationship can go through dry spells when your partner is suddenly less interested in sex than you. It may a short-term problem related to stress at work or other issues that have driven your partner to distraction. Even more commonly, a sudden, hectic schedule—ranging from end-of-year exams to a do-or-die work deadline—can leave your partner exhausted and uninterested in anything more than sleep or a night in front of the TV.
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Call me old-fashioned, but I think sex is an important part of marriage for a woman. These days, though, lots of married women see sex as a discounted duty. As a marriage counselor of nearly a decade, I see relationships in various stages, and the surprising reality is that not all married women want sex. First though, let me address why not having sex within a marriage IS a concern….
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There are many reasons why people might lose interest in sex. Some people are simply too busy and their lives are so full that they have no capacity for sexual activity in their waking hours. And some people have never or hardly ever experienced a truly fulfilling sexual interaction that they gradually gave up on sex altogether.
Dear Amy : I'm a man in my late 40s who has been married for 25 years. A root issue in my depression is the decline of the relationship with my wife. About 10 years ago, she lost interest in sex.
As we all know, long-term relationships are never usually the same as it was in the beginning. All the newness and novelty wears off in time, and for some, that can mean interest fades as well. It can be difficult to tell that you've lost interest in your partner if you still love them.
My wife and I are going through ups and downsas in most marriages, but she has become less and less interested in making love. I know sex drives can differ, but she shows no intention of dealing with the issue. She says she suffers from anxiety, and is reluctantly going to the doctor soon to ask for advice.