Sex and Nursing School - page 7

Has your sex life dwindled since beginning Nursing School. My husband says he is stressed out with work. We have a great relationship, rarely argue, hold hands plenty but no sex. I really think that... Read More

  1. by   Desert Medic
    Think GRAYS ANATOMY...
  2. by   AOx1
    It's interesting to me that during times of stress, we tend to neglect the things that matter most and can bring us the most stress relief! I understand stress quite well, but we don't stop showering, brushing our teeth, etc during stressful times. Why then do we forego other essentials such as proper nutrition, exercise and a healthy sex life?

    OP, I do hope things work out well and that you can find the cause of this. It's such an important part of life.
  3. by   Aongroup1990
    sex is important. and personal for a couple. it is needed in a relationships. its ok to spice things up once in a while..
  4. by   brillohead
    Do we even want to know exactly what search term was used to bring up this particular 4yo thread? LOL

  5. by   lifelearningrn
    People do cheat. But cheaters cheat because of something broke within themselves, not because their partner wasn't 'taking care' of them. You either have enough morals and communication abilities to discuss your frustration with your spouse, or you blame the lack of sex (essentially blaming your spouse) to justify breaking your vows.

    Sorry- but it almost sounds like people here are justifying a spouse cheating because time and stress will make a sex life take a back seat.

    Definitely try to get some together time with the hubby... but expect a decline for the time being.