Sex is missing in your marriage. What to do?
The longer you have no intimacy in a marriage, the longer you need to go back to the beginning. One day you are not be able to separate the cause and the consequences. You will be as if you were in a vicious circle. Starting to avoid each other and increasingly moving away from the main reason of marriage. Try to gradually return to each other and jump into the same old track.
1 ) Exclude all medical problems you have
First you need to exclude all the medical problems. Why you do not make love with your spouse: reason like taking certain drugs that kill sex drive. This may be the case for some antidepressants or sedatives you may take for stress prevention. Try to use herbal Viagra to avoid erectile dysfunction embarrassment.
2 ) Seek for doctor’s advice
Marriage without sex is usually a sign of some serious problems, such as lack of trust, improper and/or insufficient experience, unconscious and/or repressed hatred, unresolved problems. Maybe you should consult your doctor or sexual therapist.
3 ) Get to know better each other
Matching of mutual goals and dreams. Sharing it in the bedroom and outside, might be an important spice in your daily activities. Try to to find out what she is thinking, what is deep inside her mind. Find out what she really want, her unfulfilled dreams, never experienced passion… So you need to talk to her more.
4 ) Differences and dissimilar gender point of view
You are different. Men and women has different views of the world. Men usually experience sex as a way to achieve intimacy in a relationship, while women need to feel a deeper connection with her partner before sex.
About sex therapy and sexual therapist
It is quite normal with challenges in the relationship. Therefore it is not a shame to have a problem. It can be a shame not to do anything about it. Sex therapy is usually provided by psychologists, social workers, physicians or licensed therapists who have special training in issues related to sex and relationships. Certified sex therapists do not have sexual contact with clients, in the office or anywhere else. Sexual coaching that involves physical contact is not part of mainstream sex therapy.