DEAR DEIDRE: WE should be at it like rabbits, but my fiancée has lost interest in sex with me.
Now the thought of being in a sexless marriage for the rest of my life is making me want to end my engagement.
We are still young – I am 30 and she is 29 – so this is not really normal.
At the start of our relationship, we made love often. But over the last two years her sex drive has vanished.
Nothing I do or say makes a difference.
She’s been to the doctor to get her hormones checked, and there’s nothing wrong with her.
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It’s making me feel ugly and unwanted.
Even though I love her, I’m scared of a future without sex.
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DEIDRE SAYS: You are right, it’s not normal for a 29-year-old woman to lose her sex drive.
Be honest about how much this is bothering you, and ask if you can try to repair this together.
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