Lack of Sex: How to Overcome Common Libido Killers


Spoiler Alert! gives away the happy endings to six common mood killers and you won’t mind us taking you right to the good parts.

For every fumble, these ladies have your fix.  See what Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., a clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences at Yale, NYC sex therapist Katherine Rachlin, Ph.D., Megan Flemming, Ph.D, therapist, life coach, and blogger at, and Madeleine Castellanos, MD, author of Wanting To Want all have to say about lack of sex and obstacles to intimacy.

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Here’s a sneak peak at six common reasons for lack of sex.

Stress is #1 on the list.  Sex is an amazing stress reliever but you have to relax to make it work for you.  Be sure to follow the bonus link to “52 Ways to Control and Conquer Stress” to see how you can bring your own stress levels down before you get into the bedroom.

Painful sex and even the anxiety that sex will be painful will definitely put a damper on a woman’s desire to have sex.  Our own Wet Platinum is featured as a solution for dryness that can lead to painful sex and anxiety.

Pregnancy is a beautiful journey but it can definitely affect your sex life.  Discover some sexy positives about being pregnant and check out the “45 Sex Positions Every Couple Should Try” for new ideas on how to make it work for you.

It may be tough to find time for intimacy when you are busy raising a family.  With a little creativity and some great tips for “How To Have Sex Without Waking The Kids”, you can reclaim your romance.

Alcohol can relax you to a point but it can also impair your circulation, judgement, and ability to be your best in the bedroom.  Don’t let that rum and Coke fizzle your swizzle stick.

Boredom in the bedroom in an age old issue for those who have been together for a while.  Make those same old positions new again with “New Twists on 3 Old Sex Positions”.

Find your fix for that lack of sex.  It’s here!