Not Having Sex Made My Marriage Stronger

Not Having Sex Made My Marriage Stronger

But for us, for now, it’s about finding new ways to express affection and appreciation. We're talking more. We're holding more. We're understanding more deeply, and maybe that's because we have to. A shift in the ways we express physical intimacy may not have been what either of us asked for, but it's strangely beautiful, if not fiercely human.

But damn, I really miss getting lucky.

This article originally appeared on YourTango.com: I Stopped Having Sex With My Husband And We're Closer Than Ever

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