We have lost interest in each other
Dear Diana, I'm 27 and got married a year ago. During the early days of our married life, my wife and I had an active sex life but over the past few months, things have grown dull between us.
I don’t even know when exactly this phase started but now when I look back, it becomes pretty apparent that we have lost interest in each other. We haven’t started our family yet so my friends think that it’s better to have a kid soon. That might help our case but I’m not so sure. After all, it’s not just physical intimacy, it’s also about not being able to connect with each other like we did in the early days of our marital union.
If your sex life has gone for a toss, you have to work on it. Discover your wife’s passion points and keep the magic in your relationship alive. Surprise and shock her like you did in your courting days. Your relationship has hit rock bottom of your own doing. Remember having a baby cannot salvage a relationship. You have to first save your marriage and then think of having offsprings. A relationship is what you make of it.