It’s Time to Solve All That Sexual Frustration You’re Feeling
Have a question? Dear Therapist, My husband and I have been married for 30 years and have a mostly happy, friendly, and supportive relationship. His interest in sexual relations declined after our children were born and came to a full stop five years ago. I have asked him to go to therapy with me on multiple occasions over the past five years. He considered it several times but always declined, stating he just had no interest in a physical relationship. After several attempts at negotiation and suggestions to attend therapy, I have resigned myself to the fact that he has zero interest in sex, and even less interest in talking about it.
Around are all sorts of reasons ancestor stop having sex — stress, affliction, worry about performing, low libido, become old, menopause and lack of body assertion. Pick your moment to listen. Accomplish your best not to take it personally. It can be hard a sufficient amount to talk about without extra pointless emotional layers being added so eavesdrop to what is being said after that how the situation makes your affiliate feel.