Every month in Sex at Our Age, award-winning senior sexpert Joan Price answers your questions about everything from loss of desire to solo sex and partner issues. Nothing is out of bounds! My wife and I are in our 60s, very active and in good health. When she was in the mood, my wife really enjoyed sex and had great orgasms, but that mood hit less and less frequently. I finally became frustrated with being turned down and just waited for her to initiate sex. So our sex lives dwindled until around 15 years ago she realized a more regular sex life might be a good thing. She told me a few years ago that she felt sorry for me because of her lack of sexual desire. Should I ask her what our sex future will be?
Behavior How to improve that sex animation with your husband and avoid abstemious spells Is your husband losing activity in sex and you can't amount out why, or what to do? Marriage therapist Michele Weiner Davis weighs in. Marriage therapist Michele Weiner Davis shares some insights she gained as of talking to women about their femininity lives, sex drives and dry spells. A woman who deeply desires add satisfying sex with your husband? Would you settle for just more sex? Or to put it more correctly, would some sex do? If accordingly, I am not surprised that the title of this book piqued your interest. You are craving a adore, passionate, juicy, sexual relationship with your man. And you deserve it!