My husband tells me he loves me, but the words sound so empty. We have not been very active in the bedroom for 2 years and not at all for at least a month. We argue all the time, just bickering, but still it gets annoying. Ive tried over and over to discuss this with him, and he always starts off with "here we go", like he doesn't want to hear it. If I even bring the SEX word up, I know I'm in for a battle. He says thats all I care about. I explain to him, its not. Its not the orgasm, its the closeness that we don't share anymore. the last talk we had, 5 days ago, he told me " Im 38 (im 32), sex is not as interesting to me anymore, it's not you. It's nothing you did, its just worn off. It's worn off between us like every new relationship." Where do I go from here? That is not acceptable to me. There has got to be a way for him to get it back. I even suggested testosterone treatment. Maybe that is why hes so unhappy, and moody, and gaining weight, and has no sex drive. He listened to that. (amazingly enough), but has done nothing to look into it or try to get better. He won't go to couseling, doesn't believe in it. I don't know what to do. I love my husband, but I need someone to fill in those voids because it's driving me crazy.
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