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my hubby doent show that much interest in sex ,what should i do?
i want him to be the normal person, means he start showing interest in me.
Spice it up! Do something different! Get creative! good luck, and best wishes!
There could be a number of things that is causing this with your husband. Depending on what age he is he may be developing impotence problems and/or the issue could be health related in some other way. Men can find this very embarassing and not easy to talk about so try and find out if he has any anxiety with this matter. Also. Do you feel that he is depressed? Is he overtired? Is he stressed? All of these factors can contribute to someone loosing interest in sex and in life in general.
If you haven't already done so then the best thing to do is ask him. Whatever answer it is be supportive and reassuring. Lots of luck.
Do the 'honey, lets talk..' routine and let him know how you feel.. failing that, put on a xxx dvd, wear some super sexy underwear and.. well you know what to do.. failing that, put some viagra in his cereal.. and if that doesn't work.. well.. buy a vibrator!
In every relationship there are two positions that are relative to each other: one partner is high desire and one partner is low desire. The high desire partner usually works hard at trying to make their low desire partner into a high desire partner, but this just does not work.
We do not notice the difference early on or until a certain point in the development of our relationship, usually between 2-5 years. We then go to work to resolve it (as I said, trying to resolve it the way most people try will not work).
The important thing is to understand that this is a normal and natural thing to happen in a long term relationship. All relationships operate by the same mechanics (details may be different, but same dynamic occurs).
Your best bet is to learn how to 'differentiate'. You can learn more about this by looking up a great book called 'Intimacy and Desire' by David Schnarch.
You need to talk and ask him about that that thing so you will know what is the reasons why he don't have much interest in sex.
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