If you are having a moment of dead bedroom in your marriage now, you are not alone. Many people are also going through that in their relationships too. However, this post is not to frighten you, but to show you how you can fix your dead bedroom and get your marriage working again.
If you have not known the consequences of a sexless marriage, then you have to read my post on that topic,
Thankfully, in this post, I will share some straightforward ways you can fix your dead bedroom to restore sweetness in your relationship.
If you are looking to get the answers on how to fix your dead bedroom, then follow me closely.
Few things to know about the dead bedroom.
Dead bedroom relationships are defined clinically as those relationships where a couple has sex less than six times in a year.
According to a famous New York City sex therapist, Holly Richmond, Ph.D. the definition of a dead bedroom, depends on how each partner defines sexless marriage.
Here is what he means.
To some couples, having sex once a week means their marriage is sexless and to others, it’s twice a month.
Meanwhile, whether you have sex once a week or twice a year, you are not alone, and it’s normal.
It’s very normal for relationships to undergo some changes over time, and couples have less sex often than they used to.
psychologist Sheryl Kingsberg, Ph.D. Said that “there are many reasons why couples experience ‘bed death,’ which is the more commonly used term,” and one of the reasons is the length of the relationship.
Let me explain.
After a long period when the honeymoon phase passes, a couple’s libido starts depreciating. Sometimes one partner becomes sexually hot and the other cold.
Thankfully, this can be fixed, especially if the couples are in agreement.
Below is the measure to take.