Dating or in a relationship
That said, sometimes sex between exclusive partners can start to dwindle over time.
That’s totally normal, and doesn’t always indicate an issue in your relationship.
Although we're all pretty busy, sometimes it feels like we're going from responsibility to responsibility with no rest in between.
If the two of you are very stressed out or very busy, it could have a negative effect on your sex life.
And contrary to what many women have been led to believe, it's not always the man.
If one of the partners wants sex more often, it can put stress on both people in the relationship and then the sex may wane.
That said, the best thing you can do is communicate with each other, find out why it's happening, and start moving forward to get your sex life where you want it to be.
If you went from having sex three times a day to once a day or a few times a week, it may perfectly normal and healthy.If you and your partner are both OK with the fact that your sex life has slowed down, then it could just be that you've managed to find a healthy sexual relationship that works for you as a couple.If nothing else sounds right and you still aren't sure why the two of you aren't having sex, there may be something underlying in your relationship that just isn't coming to the surface enough for you to discuss it. The best thing you can do is "recruit a task force" that will help get your relationship back on track.Even though most couples know that the speed of their sex life might slow down as they get more comfortable, that doesn't mean they don’t start worrying if it actually happens.It's common to feel worried about sex in your relationship, and just as common to want to work on it.