Sex is one of the most common things that couples don’t see eye-to-eye about. Here’s what to do if this is coming up for you…
- Schedule time to talk about it. One thing that gets most couples into trouble is that when they disagree they don’t talk it through. Instead, for many reasons, they drop it and hope the problem will go away or fix itself.
- Put yourself in your partner’s place. It’s important to understand where your partner is coming from. For example, many women have low libido due to menopause, anti-depressants, or even due to a genetic condition. Click here to read about the latest research on low libido in women of all ages and how they can be helped.
- Be sure to fully express your needs. Don’t sugar coat it. Tell your partner exactly what turns you on and be willing to negotiate for how to get that. I know, I know, it’s not sexy, right? But what’s the alternative? Hoping they are going to figure it out doesn’t usually work.
- Consider Consulting a Doctor, Sex Therapist, or Sex Educator. Don’t wait until your relationship is in crisis over this. Get help now. Scroll down to see how to get a free consultation with me where I can help guide you to the right support for your situation.
I would love to know how these tips work for you. Please take a moment to share a comment below.