My boyfriend stopped having sex with me
I am at such a loss as to what to do and feel that I cant talk about this with anyone I know. It just feels embarrassing or too honest. My boyfriend and i started dating a year and a half ago. We immediately connected as friends and a month later, after a night of drunken fun, we had sex. I was just getting out of a toxic relationship and wasn't ready for a relationship or public dating but we continued sleeping together for months.
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Men sometimes don't want to have sex. There, I've said it. The secret is out. It is true.
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As a therapist who specializes in modern love and studies the science behind connection, I inquire about the sex lives of dating individuals and couples constantly. What I hear in my sessions mirrors recent data, which indicates an upward trend in the number of U. That number peaked at 23 percent in , according to a report from the General Social Survey. Social scientists, psychologists, and economists have weighed in on rationales for the "sex recession," citing everything from the increase in social media and phone use to newfound awareness of unwelcome and assaultive sex.
Contrary to popular belief, most men do not want sex all the time, particularly as they get older. According to UK counselling service Relate, in the last ten years there has been a 40 per cent increase in the number of men claiming to have gone off sex. And a recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that There are many reasons for this, both physical and psychological, and they often work in combination. And erectile dysfunction is surprisingly common: statistics show that it affects over 50 per cent of men aged between 40 and 70 at some time.