A lot of people has a strange understanding what marital relationship truly is and what is expected to be like. Sadly, not all of us get a rewarding partnership or a exciting marriage. A contented marital life necessitates intimacy. Often times though, there are many marriages or relationships with intimacy issues. Often, you would notice spouses protesting of the lack of love-making in their relationships. “I love my husband and we are great - essentially. We generate income well. We travel and we have smart young kids. Truly the only challenge is this - we have no intimate sexual activity,” explained by one of the members of Sacred Love, a site dedicated to helping out persons with marital relationship troubles.

Often, it is usually the husbands that protest about their wives’ absence of eagerness in sex. Often, it is also the husbands that lead to cheating mainly because of this condition. This is the kind of problem that members of online dating sites like Sacred Love complain of. Of course, the problem goes both ways. There are also husbands or boyfriends who suffer a loss of passion in sexual intimacy. This can be very bothersome for their wives or female spouses. Additionally, most of the time, it is the female partners who ultimately lack appeal in sexual intercourse. Loss of libido is very prevalent in wives, and yet this is not a situation many adult males suffer.

The loss of appeal in sexual activities can be attributed to a lot of factors such as fatigue, stress, unhappiness, lack of self-esteem and “feeling not attractive enough” amongst other things. Sex counseling can improve, but both spouses should be ready or agreeable to look for a “remedy” to their challenge. Countless married couples cease to realize their partners gorgeous or pretty and sexual intimacy ends up mundane. Many married couples have discontinued having sexual intercourse completely. In lots of ways, romantic endeavors run a considerable part in a couple’s intimate sexual contact. Adult females want romantic endeavors. They truly want to cuddle, make out and have sex. Furthermore, adult men are physical creatures. They can like sex without needing to “make love”. In most cases, there lies the main problem of married couples. But after all, as explained above, the reasons behind will vary.

Therefore, ask yourself how do you address this matter?

Initially, couples can try to talk things out, see what their problem is and try to solve the problem on their own. If this does not work, they can go to sex therapy or couples counseling. Sacred Love’s Karinna Kittles-Karsten advices couples to open themselves up to “growing intimately by seeking continued education in order to enhance their skills in bed.” Couples need to address their sex problems or talk about the issues affecting their sex lives. They also need to engage in sex that moves not only their bodies but their souls as well.

Couples need to devote a time each week for sexual intimacy. They should schedule this in their date book if necessary. Of course, spontaneous sex is often better, but it should not take the place of committed appointment. Making a once a week sexual commitment to one another will help create a stronger relationship and passionate sexual connection. Couples need to be honest to one another with regard to their sexual needs and expectations. This is actually the first step to reigniting passion in the bedroom.

Author's Bio: 

Karinna Kittles-Karsten, The Love Educator, is the founder of SacredLove.com an online dating and fun couples membership site. She is also an internationally recognized relationship expert, speaker, author of the best-selling book, Intimate Wisdom, The Sacred Art of Love, and the creator/host of the popular DVD Sacred Love-Making.