Sex does not have to get boring in a long-term marriage. As the years go by and you get older, your intimate relationship should get better. Sex with your partner can become more satisfying because you know each other's likes, dislikes, habits, and preferences. We know that life can get in the way. Chores, kids, finances, and other issues can put a damper on romance. These everyday factors can interfere with both your desire for sex and finding the time to put in the effort.
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In the course of publishing an e-book called Better Sex this summer, I was reminded of just how curious most people at midlife and beyond continue to be about sex: They constantly turn to me with questions — some predictable, others unimaginable — about dating, love or the lack thereof and relationships. To address the demand, we're resuming our popular Sexology blog: Every fortnight or so, I'll answer one of your questions about whatever topic is giving you fits or frissons in the bedroom. So if you have a question you'd like to see answered online, just shoot me an email at TheNakedTruth aarp. I'll do my best to answer your question or direct you to additional resources as appropriate.
How to Avoid a Sexless Marriage: 9 Tips From Happily Married Couples
We get happy. We get horny. Unfortunately, all that is new eventually becomes not new.
Think back to those hungry, lusty days in your early relationship. For those in long term relationships, the difference between your sex life then and now may feel stark. It may even cause you to wonder if your relationship is ultimately doomed. Sanam Hafeez , a clinical psychologist based in New York City. These can be things like work, commutes, parenting or chores.