Sexless marriage support Free and paid (Silo)

 Direct Sexless marriage paid support from Good Guys 2 Great Men

Sexless marriage and sexless relationships can be bad for your mental health. Married couples will go through dry spells but in the long term the result you really want is to be a happy and more confident male. A sexless marriage support group is a safe space where you can talk about sexual anxiety and get the help you need to start having sex with your spouse again.

How do you know your relationship with your partner or spouse or partner is sexless?

  • No interest in sex
  • lack of sex  (Less than once per month)
  • Low sex drive
  • little or No sexual activity
  • Partner never initiates sex
  • You don’t feel attractive
  • You’re not talking about sex
  • no sexual desire
  • no physical intimacy

A sexless marriage relationship can cause

  • dissatisfaction with the relationship
  •  frustration
  • Negative feelings
  • dissatisfaction with the relationship

If you are unhappy, get support. The quicker you deal with the problem the quicker you will

feel more confident and content.

Good guys to great men can support you directly with one to one coaching

Ask yourself do you really want to be in a loveless marriage or relationship?

One to one coaching is great for dealing with issues:

I will teach you:

Why her reactions to you are almost involuntary and how you can change her reactions by showing her more confidence

Why it embarrasses her to admit she wants to feel more masculine strength from you

Why you should STOP trying to get her to talk about it and what to do instead

How to stop “doing” things for brownie points and start “being” different to create natural attraction

For sexless marriage there’s probably no free direct support for free that is the bad news. We do have support on the site for the free

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We have forum posts where you can read about other people’s sexless marriages. Forums can be great for getting support from people in the same situation as you are yourself. You are not alone

We have videos that take on different angles of sexless marriage

There are various Facebook support groups out there that support sexless marriage.

Remember never share anything in a live group on Facebook that you would not share in real life.

A Facebook group was created for people who live in a sexless marriage and need support or just someone to talk to. There are many of us that find ourselves in this situation

Another Facebook support group for sexless marriages.

There is relationship support out there that is free if you live in the UK

Free Relationship support UK

For additional support, try one of the following: The thing to remember is these services are here to support you

Relate – Free Relationship counselling support for couples and families.

Relate is a charity providing relationship support throughout the United Kingdom. Services include counselling for couples, families, young people and individuals, sex therapy

Samaritans – Free, 24/7 emotional support to anyone in distress.

Samaritans is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout Great Britain and Ireland, often through their

Marriage Care – Marriage guidance and support.

Marriage Care helps couples and individuals to build and sustain strong, fulfilling, healthy relationships.

Spark Scotland – Free, confidential relationship help (Scotland only)

The Spark is a leading provider of couples counselling, marriage counselling, individual counselling, youth counselling and family counselling services in Scotland.

Care for the family – Marriage support.

Care for the Family are a national charity which aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties.

 Great subreddit 

there is a Great subreddit with people talking about they don’t have sex anymore.

A discussion group for Redditors who are coping with a relationship that is seriously lacking in sexual intimacy.

Other support

There is other support you could try such as a sex therapist if you think you problem is erectile dysfunction then the best person you can talk to will be your medical doctor.