Christian guys are no exception; no doubt many of you wives can confirm this! At the same time, sex is one of our biggest areas of frustration. But you already know that.
Every relationship can go through dry spells when your partner is suddenly less interested in sex than you. It may a short-term problem related to stress at work or other issues that have driven your partner to distraction. Even more commonly, a sudden, hectic schedule—ranging from end-of-year exams to a do-or-die work deadline—can leave your partner exhausted and uninterested in anything more than sleep or a night in front of the TV.
A big concept that many men overlook is that a healthy sex life is happening all of the time, every minute of the day. The more serious side is about trust, companionship, and connectivity. This is emotional vulnerability, trustworthiness, and how close your wife feels to you.
In reality, things are usually much different, and one of the biggest things that guys seem to struggle with when it comes to marriage — if pop culture and Google searches are to be believed — is married sex. Add things like bills, kids and career woes to the mix, and you have a decidedly non-sexy scenario lined up. This person probably sees you at your best and worst, day in and day out.
My partner and I have been together for 18 years and have two wonderful children and a happy life. Our sex life has never been as good as I would like, and this has been a cause of frustration for me. It has become much worse in the past few years.
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I picked her up from the station last week and she came out chatting to a younger man. We are 55, he was a lot younger. Our life experiences shape the people we are now and if those pasts had been different, you might not have ended up together.
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I feel a need to address both women and men on this matter, because it DOES matter. Both feel very strongly about this part of their marriage. But it also addresses what it is like for the man to be refused.
It takes both of you to make it work and it is mutually beneficial for both parities. The Bible pretty much says that married folks should be having sex and lots of it. No, really it says that the only time to refrain from sex is for a period of time for fasting and praying and that is only for a period of time, otherwise the devil will use that to keep you apart. The reality?