In relationships, it happens that one of the parties just doesn’t feel like huddling together. There is nothing wrong with that. But there is a growing number of couples where sex has not been present for a long time.
The phenomenon already has a special term in the Anglo-Saxon language, called “dead bedroom syndrome”.
“Dead bedroom syndrome is when couples have sex less than six times a year.” He told Health.com lifestyle magazine earlier dr. Holly Richmond sex therapist. Although the lack of sex can occur in a huge number of relationships, it is often difficult for even experts to define sexlessness. This is because each person can determine differently what is right or too little sex for him or her, based on individual expectations and needs. Homemade Pharmacy.
“I’ve met a couple who have complained that their relationship has become sexless because they only have sex once a week. It also shows that everyone has different needs. But by professional definition, a relationship is sex-free if they are together less than six times a year. ” And while it may seem quite extreme at first for a couple to have sex only once every two months, in reality, a lot of relationships are affected by dead bedroom syndrome.
How will a relationship be sex-free?
Dr. A.S. Richmond according to several factors play a role in the wear and tear of cohabitation. One of the most common reasons is the natural dynamics of long-term relationships: after a period of “honeymoon” spiced with frequent sex, the number of cohabitation decreases in many cases.
“Many couples complain about how good they were at first and how much sex they had in their relationship, and now they barely touch each other. This can happen in any relationship. Naturally, sex becomes scarce over time. At this stage, however, couples need to be conscious in order to keep intimacy alive, ”the expert said, adding that if our partner continues to be rejected for months or even years, it will stop the initiative after a while because it hurts too much. rejection. And in a situation like this, it becomes “normal” for no one to try, no one to take the initiative. “ Says the specialist.
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