Our expert says:
you are entitled to feel confused but no need to feel rejected! sex is embodied and in this sense it comes with physiological problems, emotional problems and context (work, family, stress ect)
secondly, sex drive is unique to the individual and there is no norm. the only time it becomes a problem is when there is a discrepency in desire - as it is in your case.
i would like to suggest that you communicate your desire for more sex with your partner but sex that is based an outer / oral sex. thus, even if he is not in the mood, he can still assist you through masturbation or the use of a vibrator. this may have the added advantage of arousing him to the idea of penetrative sex or give him enough confidence to have oral / outer sex as well (the pressure will be off him to perform).
if this does not work, he may need to visit a doctor to assess whether his low sex drive is due to stress, erectile dysfunction, low testosterone or psychological.
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