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My husband and I don’t sleep together for the last year, and probably had sex only 2 times in the year.  This is by his choice not mine.  He just sleeps on the couch instead of coming to the bed? what should i do??

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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • Talk to him!  Find out what’s going on with him.  Has he got health issues, do you snore?  There a dozens of reasons why this could be happening.  Has he had a checkup lately?  There could also be a host of medical reasons behind this.




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      Mzd3 wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • I would go snuggle up on the couch with him, warm him up, then take him to bed....estatic




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      Joni Marie wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • how old is he?




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      Marya1961 wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • Yes, definitely seeking out an answer would be crucial.  Men do change as they get older, but he could easily have some issues.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • I would question medical reasons then go from there...

      Mid life crisis (I don’t really believe in mid life crisis, I think it’s just an excuse to behave poorly)

      Snoring..... his or yours

      Need more room to stretch out.... we just got a king size bed and now I am wondering how we slept in queen with a great dane, 2 cats and 2 adults...

      Night sweats..... yours

      So many things to consider but you really should have a conversation with him.

      I wish you the best!




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      Brimstone1968 wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • My husband did have a snoaring problem, I mean a big big one.  I got up out of the bed and used the guest bedroom and that did not settle well with him so I encouraged him to see the doctor and he has sleep apnea.  He has to sleep with a mask but it has gotten so much better.  My point is, there could be some health issues that he is not opening up about, get that talk.  Donot accuse him, talk at him but talk it out with him.  Ease his fears of whatever and let him feel you are on his side no matter what.




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      Frannie1964 wrote Sep 18, 2009
    • My husband and I haven’t slept In the same bed for about 5 years now. Both our choices, because he started smoking In the bedroom and I have asthma and he steels all the blankets..lol, I told him If he couldn’t stop smoking In the bedroom I was moving In the guest room, so i did. anyway, It works out great for us, we have no complaints and when one of us wants to get freaky, we just go to whoevers room we want.happy theres not alot of sex, but we know when one of us wants It, we are there. Hope things get better for you and you find out whats up with the Hubbs.




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