Lack of sex in relationships

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When everyone around you is breaking up, you might feel that you deserve a medal just for sticking together when there are so many options out there. A whole other life and love can be only a swipe away. Staying together and passing those milestone anniversaries has its benefits — you spend your time with someone who truly knows you inside out and, presumably, is willing to put up with all your faults. But longevity has its own pitfalls. Does it have to be the end?

Is Sex Important in a Relationship? 12 Things to Consider

Should You Stay in a Sexless Relationship?

Stats suggest that millennials are killing sex ; losing their virginities much later in life than previous generations and having less sex over the course of a year. Aidan says all of his relationships have been sexless. Aiden tells Metro. He gets no feeling from masturbation. Not all sexless relationships come from choice.

What it’s like to be in a sexless relationship in your twenties

Research suggests that sexual satisfaction plays a pivotal role in healthy relationships according to research, but there are a number of factors that can influence the quality of a couple's sex life as well as individual sexual desire over the course of a relationship. 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. While dry spells like these are common and usually resolve on their own once things stabilize, a prolonged and unexplained disinterest in sex can be harmful to a relationship and the general well-being of both partners. Not only can this stir feelings of frustration and self-doubt but it may also leave you wondering whether this may be your first step toward a sexless marriage.
This can be simply down to the fact that sexual interest tends to ebb and flow over time. It can also be related to specific issues in the relationship or external pressures from outside it. Anxieties surrounding sex can also come from different expectations about how much sex you think you should be having. They may also need the setting and mood to feel right.