My husband and I have been married for almost a year and our sex life has taken a turn for the worst, We hardly do it anymore, unless we are on vacation. I don't know what to do. I find him physically attractive but have no interest in having sex with him. I have been on birth control since I was 16 and I'm wondering if that plays a factor in my low libido? It's not healthy that we aren't having sex. I am 29 and he is 30... we have no kids. We should be doing it twice a week. His self esteem has turned and I can tell that this is really bothering him. He doesn't even want to go on vacation for our one year anniversary because he said this year is not worth celebrating. It's been pretty crappy. I'm thinking about getting off the pill NOW and see if that will make a difference. When I get home from work, i'm exhausted and usually am in bed by 9:30/10:00. I need to get myself out of this rut and pay more attention to him and be more physical. Any help would be greatView Thread
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