Low or MisMatched Sex Drives

Some people have sex every day, some have it a couple times a year, some never. There’s no right or wrong answer as to how much sex one should be having. Too much or too little sex becomes a problem only when there is a difference in sex drive between partners. 

1 in 3 couples have concerns with mismatched sexual desire and when this issue is not addressed, it undermines the intimacy of the couple and can lead to misunderstanding, frustration and even infidelity. Both people within the couple have to be on board to make it work for changes to occur. 

Depending on how long the relationship has been sexless or with minimal intimacy will make the difference as to how long it will take to get things back on track. There needs to be communication, understanding, time and most of all patience to see changes in the relationship. 

Sometimes, it can be as easy as doing a physical check with your doctor or a change in medications they can help with to notice a difference. Other times, it may be more in the mindset and really focusing on the needs and desires of both partners in depth to make the necessary change to a bring back a positive intimate and sexual relationship. 

The goal is to reconnect on an intimate, emotional and physical level. Sex Coaching with Dr. Stacy Friedman can help!


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