My husband and I are really struggling to get our sex life back on track after having two children. Is there any way out of this? I feel our marriage is really starting to suffer. Fear of pregnancy is a common desire-quencher — in fact, everything you have told me amounts to a normative period of sex being a low priority. Birth control is, of course, a personal decision, but there are many choices that could help assuage your fears of conception and lead to a greater sense of sexual safety.
Help! I Love My Wife, but I Don't Like Having Sex with Her
Thank you for your very honest question. This is, obviously, a sensitive topic. But you might take heart in the fact it is not all that uncommon an issue among couples. In this case, it sounds like you have great respect for your wife but something is getting in the way of your enjoying physical intimacy. In other words, you have a difficulty and then bad feelings about the difficulty. Try to give yourself a break with the latter, at least. It does sound as though there is some unconscious obstacle to enjoying closeness with your wife, whom you obviously love very much.
The 7 Wildest Cheating Stories, from a Private Investigator
Dear Abby : I am 23, married for four years and have three children. My wife and I have always had strong sex drives. I recently accepted a dream job that pays very well. I love my wife very much and want to meet her needs, but she wants sex every night.
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