When you first met your partner, there was electricity, there was passion, and there was sex—lots of it. While there are dozens of reasons for lack of lust—from illness to stress to scheduling—the truth is that sex is healthy for body and mind and builds closeness, intimacy and a sense of partnership in your relationship. We invite you to recognize the real-life obstacles to your healthiest, most fulfilling sex life, so you can find ways to overcome them. Sex Rx: Turn off to get turned on. All you're planning is the time slot—not how the deed will unfold. When it comes to day-to-day priorities, sex often falls low on the totem pole.
Like the pressure most young men feel when they need to ejaculate. Most women need a reason to have sex. Otherwise, they might go for a long time without feeling desire. Men need a reason to have sex, too. But for most men, the reason can be as simple as your partner taking off their shirt. Often the women has stopped masturbating, or does it only rarely. As I discuss in the video below, the most important way to move the mouse is simply to have good sex:.
10 Reasons Why Women Don't Want Sex As Much As Men
Time and again, women-centric fashion and lifestyle magazines keep reiterating how women want just as much sex as men do; how they are just as promiscuous as men and how women are just as psyched about getting some as men. Truth is, in the real world, that hardly ever plays out to be the case. And I know I speak for most men reading this. Just so you know, our sympathies are with you. But, there are absolutely legit reasons why your woman is not feeling anything down there and no, it has nothing to do with the love dying out.
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.