You're lying in bed bumping up against that body next to you, seething with hurt and anger. You haven't been touched or reached for in more months than you care to count. You've gone through the typical exercises of seduction, friendship and caring, only to have been rejected and thwarted again and again. Your mind has assessed all of the possibilities: is there someone else, another woman, a lack of desire or is it loss of love?
My Partner Doesn't Want To Have Sex Anymore — What Should I Do?
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It might be time to re-evaluate if you're suffering in a sexless marriage or relationship. If your experiencing similar problems, you certainly aren't alone. All attraction just went out the window. It can and does happen. The problem is, you can stop being attracted to a person sexually but still love them. Certain medications can cause libido to dip. In women, it often happens with birth control.
We like to think that we know what kind of problems we'll have when we grow up. We think we're aware of everything that can present an issue in a relationship. After all, we've seen so many romances play out on television and in our lives. We know what can happen. Let's talk about sex.
While you were dating and during the honeymoon years of your marriage , you lovebirds likely couldn't keep your hands off of each other. Physical attraction and sex are trademark signs of a healthy relationship, according to research published in the Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. But how does sexual intimacy between partners adapt with age? As men age, it's natural for them to experience a somewhat decreased sex drive, says Jeanne O'Connell , M.