The contrary to popular belief men are not the horn dog that we like to make them out to be; they are not always lurking around the corner, waiting and wanting to pounce on you for sex.
Many things can have a negative effect on man’s sex drive
Men are just as affected by everyday life and everyday stresses and their sex is affected by it too.
You need to ask yourself is this one-off event or is this something that has been happening a lot, it is a constant thing, it has been happening for months. And how you deal with this, does this predicate it.
So if it is a one-off thing, then you have to write it out with him and be supportive and all that. If this is something that is a constant thing in your life, then you need to sit down and have a heart to heart with him and say “you know, this is affecting me and our relationship and what can we do to make it better.”
And remember that a lot attempt when he is under a lot of stress. The stress hormone cortisol is going to lower his testosterone level, so he is under a lot of stress. That is going to affect his desire to have sex negatively.
Do not take his disinterest personally
Most women for whatever reason take this very personally; they think “am I not attractive enough, am I not good enough in bed, what is wrong with me that he is no longer interested in sex.” Chances are it is not you, it is something that is going on with him, and again you need to be supportive and help him through this stage. Because if you start badgering him or negatively saying, it is probably only going make the situation worse.
This is the time where the two you need to work on this as a couple; you don’t take it. Personally, you support him. However, he needs to be supported. Sometimes that means giving him space, sometimes that means you need to initiate more, sometimes you need to talk about it as a couple.