It could just be that you've fallen into the best possible pattern of what works for you.
At the beginning of a relationship, it's common to have sex like jack rabbits.
If this is the problem, the best thing you can do is communicate and ask each other for help, both with the responsibilities in your life and with sex. Lee says, "Any relationship requires negotiation and compromise, and that includes sex.
It is important to communicate your sexual needs and wants, and be open to talking about it."Dr.
Even though most couples know that the speed of their sex life might slow down as they get more comfortable, that doesn't mean they don’t start worrying if it actually happens.
It's common to feel worried about sex in your relationship, and just as common to want to work on it.
That said, the best thing you can do is communicate with each other, find out why it's happening, and start moving forward to get your sex life where you want it to be.
You may have come across the term “NSA” on a dating site or app and wondered what it means. The acronym NSA means “no strings attached.” As in, I’m not looking for a girlfriend, boyfriend, or serious commitment. People who are looking for no-strings-attached dates want a casual sexual encounter without making any promises about the future.
If the two of you are very stressed out or very busy, it could have a negative effect on your sex life.
Your sexual desire is an exquisitely unique expression of individuality, and comparisons serve no one. You can also ask yourself about the speed at which your sex life dwindled: Did it happen really quickly, or was it over time?
If it happened seemingly overnight, there might be a bigger problem.
Lee reiterates that people and couples go through phases, so this could just be a stressed period in your life that you'll work through. However, if things stay the same for six months, she says, then you should reassess.
Most of the time in a couple, one person is going to have a higher sexual drive.