Long-Term Couples, Here’s How You Can Keep Sex Alive

When you’re in a relationship for a long time, it’s normal for your sex life to change. Passion and sexual desire can fade over time, and the dynamic between you and your partner evolves. Being able to address these changes can help you to maintain a healthy, loving sexual relationship.

Dr Michael Karson, a professor of psychology at the University of Denver, has written for Psychology Today about how couples in long-term relationships can improve their sex lives.

Referring to his own counselling experiences as a couples’ therapist, Karson emphasised the need for teamwork, and to consider each other’s needs, “Couples often needed to wrap their minds around the necessity and benefits of meeting each other’s needs.”

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Here are Karson’s seven strategies for couples to implement in their relationships in order to improve your sex lives: