‘Sex can wane be­cause of anger or re­sent­ment’

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wo­man’s agony aunt, suzie hay­man, says: ‘The amount of sex you have is not, in it­self, an in­di­ca­tion of a suc­cess­ful or fail­ing mar­riage. what’s im­por­tant is whether you're in agree­ment about the num­ber of times you get down to it, and whether it leaves you sat­is­fied and ful­filled. sex ev­ery day can be love­less and frus­trat­ing. sex once a month can be dy­na­mite and leave you con­tent and con­nected.

If in the early days you had lots, the thing to con­sider is why it dropped off. sex can wane be­cause of anger or re­sent­ments that aren’t be­ing talked over. men may with­draw from sex if they are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing work stress or per­for­mance anx­i­eties. but lack of de­sire can also be a symp­tom of phys­i­cal ill­ness, or a sign that af­fec­tions may have turned to some­one else.’

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