11 intimate pointers for couples having less/no sex

Most successful relationships are as a result of strong intimate bond between couples - physically and emotionally

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Couples who lack both emotional and physical intimacy — admiring, appreciating, touching, kissing, caressing, holding, hugging — are at risk, according to relationship experts.

It is said that sex is an integral part of any relationship, so what happens when the desire to have sex more often decreases? do you look outside for another solution?

Most successful relationships are as a result of strong intimate bond between couples - physically and emotionally, and sex takes a little percentage of that. Which means a marriage can survive even when couples aren't having sex but are deeply connected to each other.

Samantha Burns of YourTango lists 11 ideas to help reconnect with your partner when sex isn't involved:

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