do you agree that divorcing or dumping a SO is the only solution if one partner has a higher sex drive than the other partner has little to 0 sex drive?
I'm not talking about one partner having less sex drive that's a little, I'm not talking about a little less I mean one partner having almost a non existent sex drive, they want to have sex but once a week or 4 times a month
Most Helpful Guy
As someone with a much higher sex drive than my SO, I think it would be a big mistake if that's the only problem in the relationship. I'm not gonna say it's not frustrating at times (for both of us, mind you), but there is so much else going with us that I can't think about ending it based on that. I recently got her to agree to cuddle when I'm in the mood but she isn't and it's helped a ton -- see if that is something you'd be willing to try.0
Most Helpful Girl
Getting to the root of the problem may solve things. A very low sex drive in a young to middle aged healthy person with a balanced attitude towards sex isn't typical. There tends to be a physical (including meds) or psychological reason that can often be worked on.1
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