Cyber Week

Question: I am a 44-year-old man and am in {love} with my wife who is in her late thirties. This October we celebrated our 10th marriage anniversary. We were in a relationship for five years before getting married. While there is no dearth of {love} and emotions between us but I no longer feel sexually attracted to her. In fact, we just had sex once this year that too during our anniversary because we wanted to rekindle the {romance}. However, we were both disappointed. Even my wife remains upset because of this reason and she suspects that I might be having an affair. Please tell me what should I do? -By Anonymous

Response by Dr. Rachna Khanna Singh: Thank you for writing to us. From what you have shared, it is great to see that you feel the same {love} for each other and are also willing to work towards this.

One thing that needs to be understood is that communication is a vital part of making {love}. Letting your partner know and having an honest conversation about how you feel is very crucial for a successful married life.

It is advised that you have an open talk with your wife about this issue as it is important for her to also know that you are not feeling that kind of attraction towards her. This will help her better understand how she can work towards it.

Also, ask her the reason for her insecurity and the feeling that you are cheating on her. What is in your behavior that she feels that way. I hope this helps. If you feel the need to discuss things further, please feel free to book an appointment with us



Dr. Rachna Khanna Singh is HOD of Holistic Medicine & Psychology in Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon


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