Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Spice Things Up a Little to Get Your Sex Life Back on Track

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Spice Things Up a Little to Get Your Sex Life Back on Track

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Q. My husband and I have fallen into a sexual rut. Our lovemaking lacks the spark it had in the early years. We managed to keep a decent and interesting sex life going even after kids, but as the years have gone on, we both seem to have grown tired of putting energy into sex. I don't want our sex life to die out completely. How can we keep the passion alive?

A. This is one of the most common sexual complaints sex therapists, counsellors, best mates and girlfriends hear every day. They either won't feel like sex anymore themselves, they find they're not attracted to their partner anymore, or they're on the receiving end of sexual rejection and it hurts.

As relationships and life get complicated, passion can then often take a back seat to other obligations - and this is a very natural, "normal" and frequent occurrence (meaning, it happens far more often than not, in fact you can pretty much count on it). However, sex is an important part of a relationship, and research shows that couples who have a satisfying, passionate sex life also report having a happier relationship. …

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