When you first met your partner, there was electricity, there was passion, and there was sex—lots of it! While there are dozens of reasons for lack of lust—from illness to stress to scheduling—the truth is that sex is healthy for body and mind and builds closeness, intimacy and a sense of partnership in your relationship. We invite you to recognize the real-life obstacles to your healthiest, most fulfilling sex life, so you can find ways to overcome them. Sex Rx: Turn off to get turned on.
12 real couples reveal why they don't have sex anymore
Low Sex Drive in Men - Why Doesn't He Want Sex
Please refresh the page and retry. W hen it comes to long term relationships, women go off the idea of having sex with their partners before men do, says the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyle. But confirm it they have. So the big question is: why? B ut it seems that is what many of us are lumped with. The most shocking part? Just how quickly we get bored.
I don’t want sex as much as I used to. How do I get that spark back?
I can remember lying in bed at night wondering if something was wrong with me. I had no desire to have sex with my partner at the time, and while the sex was OK when we did have it, it was largely non-existent. In fact, we fought about it quite a lot.
Home Sexual Health. And this can seriously drive a wedge between couples romantically. Wherever the conflict is coming from, be it him neglecting to pick up his socks off the floor or her forgetting to fish out her hair from the shower drain, if not properly addressed it can cause a rift between couples. This alone can make you more interested in hitting the sheets with your partner, coupled with an increase in body confidence thanks to your hard-earned workout. So what are you waiting for?