This can be simply down to the fact that sexual interest tends to ebb and flow over time. It can also be related to specific issues in the relationship or external pressures from outside it. Anxieties surrounding sex can also come from different expectations about how much sex you think you should be having. They may also need the setting and mood to feel right. The best way to do that is to talk to your partner. You might find it helps to take the approach that we use in sex therapy.
Not everyone wants sex all the time — we know that. Is cooling desire the beginning of the end, or are dry spells inevitable, even healthy? The Cut asked fifteen men and women what they make of the sexless nights, weeks, months, and even years in their relationships. I presumed building a life with a man would mean a tradeoff.
I'm in a really weird situation with my family and needed some advice. He expects me to say everything and he just smiles whenever I compliment him. Your boyfriend was loving, kind, and affectionate, and you found out that he wasn't the man you believed him to be. I'll go a month without wanting sex because of my birth control and antidepressants and he doesn't mind. I was devastated.