When you have said to yourself and/or to your spouse, “It’s been too long since we’ve had sex”, then it’s time to sit down to figure out what is going on.

The topic of sexless marriages is one a lot of people shy away from. Most of the time because if it is not talked about then the problem doesn’t exist.

Unfortunately, roughly 15% of marriage have not had sex with their spouse in the last six to twelve months, according to Denise A. Donnelly, associate professor of sociology at Georgia State University.

Sexless marriages by definition are marriages in which a couple has sex less than 10-12 times per year.

Why is this happening:

  • too much rejection
  • broken trust
  • lack of communication
  • medication

What we cover in this show is NOT those seasons of marriage where you are unable to have sex due to medical conditions OR physical limitations, but areas that you can address in a physically healthy marriage.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa dive into why there has been an increase in sexless marriages and the impact it has on you.

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Other Resources:

The Rise of All-Purpose Antidepressants

The Brutal Truth About Sexless Marriages

When Sex Leaves the Marriage

On Air with Ella – One (HOT!) Extraordinary Marriage

Trust Me! Restore, Renew & Rebuild Your Foundation

He Zigs, She Zags: Get Your Communication on the Same Path

Strategic Coaching Session with Alisa

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