“There is no sense of novelty with my husband”

We have been married for 8 years, love each other. There was always a mutual understanding in sex, but over time I began to lose desire. We used to have sex 1-2 times a week, now 1-2 times a month. I get tired at work, at home I am engaged in a child Once I met a man in a bar, I was so drawn to him! We kissed, but I stopped myself and went home. She noticed that I was physically attracted to other men, but not to my spouse. I do not want to change, I want to return the interest that we had before.

Julia, 28 years old

Hello, Julia! The novelty excites you: new situations and new men. And often the situations that promise newness coincide with the time when you relax, relax, break out of the routine, have time for yourself, as it was in the bar.

You do not want to change your husband and do not want to suffer more from dissatisfaction with family sex life. The situation can be resolved only if you take responsibility for the destruction of the routine and the creation of the novelty that you need.

You say that you had a full understanding in sex with her husband - it means that he will only be happy to change something. I think he also noticed how limited your intimate life has become, and is also unhappy about it. Like strangers? Play Strangers! Exciting sex after an hour of dating in a bar? Play in such situations!

Of course, for good sex you need to be in good shape, rested (or at least not exhausted). You may have to re-do your household chores in a new way. Maybe you lack the help of her husband? Maybe there is something in your relationship that you are dissatisfied with, but the "hands do not reach" to deal with it?

It so happens that the unspoken accumulates and then lives its own life, manifested in the form of a lack of sexual desire for a partner. Show a creative approach to your life, take your husband as an ally, and together begin to change your life for the better. Both of you will benefit from this.

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