Because the way to save your relationship is by getting close to — and comfortable with — your partner again. And that will take work and time.
Other people’s close-mindedness is never a good reason to keep you from doing something that you want to do, anyway. Plus, there is so much to explore.
Your sex drive is totally OK, whether you feel completely asexual or want to go at it five times a day.
But talking to your partner in a sensitive, patient way is so important, because it really does take two to tango.
It's such a common problem, but like many issues around sex, for some reason we're shy about discussing it.
That's right, in addition to traditional dating awkwardness and incompatibility, the technology age has ushered in a whole lot of annoyances and turn-offs that our parents and other generations never had to deal with.
It's a great way to feel connected to your partner, plus it just has a basic, raw appeal.
It can feel like there's a thin line between being a strong couple with integrated lives and being a couple who relies too much on each other.
Depending on how big your mistake was and how damaged the relationship is, it might take a long time for things to return to normal.
But some major turn-offs are more universal — things like being arrogant or being cruel to others is just not going to be a turn-on for many people.