It's a devastating thing for a woman to admit -- that her husband seems to have lost his desire for her. Women often jump to the conclusion that unsatisfying sex is the reason for the chilly temperatures. Yet as often as not, men withdraw from their wives for non-sexual reasons. Check out these eight Do's and Don'ts to see whether any of them might help reignite his spark for you. Nagging, negative, controlling and bitchy behavior can drive away even the most patient man, especially if you're in the habit of taking your frustrations out on him or expecting him to be at your beck and call. It's hard for a man to feel desire for a woman who throws temper tantrums, constantly complains or makes him walk on eggshells.
Eight Ways to Make Your Husband Want You Again | HuffPost Canada
Remember that time when you started dating your husband? When the days were spent daydreaming and the nights spent fantasizing. And when you finally did see each other, it was almost impossible to keep your hands off of each other! Those days might now seem like ages ago. You look at your husband sitting right beside you on the couch and with all the access he has to your right now, he seems more interested in the TV than he is in you. Back then it was impossible to be sitting this close and not want to hold and touch each other. Back then, hours and days were leisurely spent just cuddling and caressing.
What does it take to make my husband desire me? In other words, both your husband and you have started taking each other for granted. Your husband might still be in love with you but as mentioned above, he has started taking you for granted.
He comes closer to you. Gives a naughty look, and then pulling you nearer to his masculine body, makes you feel wanted. Slowly he starts kissing your neck and just when you get into the mood, you hear the doorbell ring. Then you wake up, realizing that it was a dream. Your sex life takes a back seat.