My husband and I have been married 10 years. I love having sex with him. He says he loves it as well. The problem is that he is never really interested in having sex. I have tried to flirt and tease and tried being spontaneous. I initiate it most of the time. The first year was great. The second year was marked by the birth of our child and two surgeries for me. it has been 7 years since the last of my surgeries. Last year I can count on two hand the times we had sex. This year, even though it is only september, I can say we have had sex 2 times only. When we have discussed it he tells me that sex has never been a big interest of his. When we married it was a big interest. I was glad as I think it is important. Now when I have tried to discuss it or to initiate it he makes me feel like I am being sex crazed or something. He has seen a doctor recently and was told he was healthy except for a slight rise in cholesterol. He takes no medications. He is mildly stressed due to a recent change of address for our family. I hate being the villian...What can I do?View Thread
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