Before you can post or reply in these forums, please join our online community. I've unfortunately been in this situation for a number of years now, however it is starting to get to the point that being in a sexless marriage is probably hurting me a lot more than I ever thought it would. To start with I do need to point out that I love my wife, which in itself is probably the reason that being in a marriage like this hurts.
I hear from women like Shelly quite often. The message that sex is a gift from God almost sounds insulting. Instead, they view sex as the gift they must continually, and begrudgingly, give to their husband.
Each Wednesday, I answer one of your burning questions on the blog. Greetings from a listener in the Netherlands! Thanks for your work.
Each week our resident agony aunt Rhona McAuliffe helps a reader with a problem. This week: I think my wife hates me, and I don't know how to respond without making her angry. We have three children together and money is an issue.
The day when I could finally know my husband on a sexual level. But now the honeymoon is over and real life has begun. Oh how I longed to be with him!
Everyone loves sex, right? Everyone except you. And me.
The man went on to unpack more of his marital history. He told me that the marriage had started off well and in the early stages of their relationship there had been a healthy sex life. Both spouses seemed satisfied by the level of frequency and intimacy in their bedroom.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. It's pm. You're lying next to your wife after a long day for both of you.
What do you do when you're married and your partner doesn't want to have sex any more? What's the answer? If counseling doesn't work or your partner won't go, what are your options?