It happens to the best of us.
From going on and on like the Energizer bunny, we suddenly become ho-hum about sex. From not being able to keep your hands off one another to rolling over and feigning a headache or finding sleep more enjoyable than having to take your clothes off and perform.
And it’s sometimes not you who’s rolling over, it’s him.
According to the article “Sex-Starved Wives” in Time.com, “the person with the lower sex drive controls the sexual relationship. There's an unspoken agreement: the person with the lower desire expects his or her spouse to accept it, not complain about it, and also to be monogamous.”
Whether it’s you or him who’s putting up the Do Not Disturb sign, here’s what to do to balance out the inequality in the sexual desire department.
Find out how developing a healthy sex life can benefit your relationship with the following FN articles:
- Sex Busters: Top 10 Things that Lower Your Sex Drive
- 5 Myths about Men and Sex That Could Be Hurting Your Relationship
- 5 Assumptions Women Should Never Make about Sex
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