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“Once you hit that once a month frequency for a three- to four-month stretch, then have a conversation with your partner where you can put everything on the table.”Talk about what role you think you’re playing in the drop in frequency, Heide says, and ask your partner what they think and feel about the situation. “This nagging thought can hurt, and since anger is a byproduct of hurt, unless addressed this sort of scenario can turn into fights that further drive a wedge in a relationship.”This can then change the dynamics of why your partner isn’t interested in having sex from feeling too tired for sex to not feeling close to their partner because of constant anger and frustration, Heide says.
READ MORE: 9 signs your partner is a cheater Lack of sex between two people in a relationship can also cause insecurities in one or both partners as well, Heide points out.“If there is any insecurity in the relationship for either partner, a lack of sex can exacerbate the issue, driving the partner waiting for sex to feel rejected and wonder, ‘What’s wrong with me? If sex is lacking because of busy schedules, hormones and/or fatigue, it’s important that people give their partners space to go through this phase without adding pressure to have sex on a schedule, Heide says.“Exercising understanding and giving space that allows your partner to have their personal evolutions can help you feel like human beings with each other, and create a safe space within your relationship to be yourselves,” she says.
“We are mating and dating in a culture defined by instant gratification.