Life happens, which means dry spells happen, am I right? No biggie—unless that dry spell morphs into more of a, well, severe drought. Wondering why don't I want to have sex anymore? Factors like stress, time, and kids can seriously zap your sex drive. That said, you shouldn't just give up on your sex life forever.
12 real couples reveal why they don't have sex anymore
We've stopped having sex - common sexual problems | Relate
Sex in a new relationship is always pretty fantastic: It happens constantly, it's exciting to discover each other's bodies , and the two of you usually can't get enough of each other. If you're really lucky, the sex can last that way well into a long-term committed relationship, and you'll live happily sexually ever after. That said, sometimes sex between exclusive partners can start to dwindle over time. But no sex in a relationship at all might be something you want to address if physical connection is important to you. It's common to feel worried about sex in your relationship, and just as common to want to work on it.
We've stopped having sex
Lots of people come to our forums because the sex in their relationship has become infrequent or stopped all together. While there is some evidence to show that sexless relationships are at an increased risk of breaking down, the bigger risk factor is actually indifference to the situation. That means you care.
The problem is, he wants me to move in with him, so this has well and truly come to a head. I need to make him see that this is a huge issue for me. How do I tactfully broach the subject?