It’s difficult to say exactly how many of Singapore’s married couples are too exhausted, cranky, overworked, resentful, stressed or depressed to get it on, but experts estimate that 15 to 20 per cent of couples have sex fewer than 10 times a year, which is how they define a sexless marriage.
Some couples are happily sexless, while others are delirious doing it daily.
However, marriage pros agree that if either partner in a couple is unhappy with the frequency of sex in their relationship, the consequences can be catastrophic. Mismatched libidos can drive a wedge between partners, affect moods, undermine trust, raise resentment, cause hurt, destroy emotional intimacy, annihilate self-esteem and so on.
Here’s what to do to remedy the situation and get your sex life back on track:
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Text: bauersyndication.com.au / Additional reporting: Natalya Molok