Perhaps the relationship is already doomed by then and the lack of sex is a reflection of that. If not my guess is the relationship soon will fail.
When the feelings die inside, the desire for sex dies away too. Most women must feel love to want sex, unlike men who will do anything just to get sex without being emotionally involved.
Bit curious what's not to get when there's:<br />
- hormones<br />
- change in attraction<br />
- most women not receiving pleasure from sex as few women ****** from sex and even less ****** consistently <br />
- seemingly most men don't care about a woman's pleasure ala "her ****** is her responsibility" and think it's a duty owed to him rather than a mutual activity done to give and get pleasure<br />
- seems sex is emotional for women unlike men so they're often not out to just bust a nut so if they're upset, sad, or such they're more likely to put off sex until that emotional issue is resolved.
Yes. I am married to one. She is not to blame. The reason is, she is on a cocktail of presctiption medication which kills her libido. Drug interaction prevents lady viagra, or similar drugs. There are other interests we have in common. I don't want out of our marriage. <br />
My x used it as a lever to get what she wanted; it didn't work very well for her.
neither do their spouses :-)
There can be many reasons why one spouse might not desire to be physically intimate with their partner. Sometimes there are physical issues that make it unpleasant. Sometimes it's the woman being unduly critical in a relationship or the man being completely insensitive to her desires. Sometimes it's a spouse refusing to take adequate care of his or her personal hygiene. Let's not be too quick to point fingers at individuals.
WHAT MADE HER THAT WAY THINK ABOUT IT
Thanks for rubbing salt in old wounds with this question. you don't get.....neither does the other guy responding.