“He’s not ready for all of the pressures and responsibilities that go along with a committed relationship because his emotional maturity is not fully developed yet.” He’s either scared of love or loves you but feels like marriage means giving up his freedom, she adds—and that means you could be looking at girlfriend status for the long term.
“In turn, doing new things increases dopamine in the brain, triggering a desire to spend more time together and assisting in lighting your sexual fire.”An even bigger bedroom bonus?
If a lot of your guy’s friends are like him—young and single—going out to bars until 4 a.m.
drinking, flirting with women, and behaving like a frat boy may be the norm.
Women may have less sex as they age, but it’s not necessarily because they’ve lost interest in getting it on, according to a study published recently in the journal Menopause. The study focused on a condition called genitourinary syndrome — a blanket term for the various bladder and vaginal problems that affect menopausal women.
A survey of more than 1,500 women, ages 55 and up, found that 45 percent of postmenopausal females “usually” or “always” feel pain or discomfort while having sex, and fear of that pain can lead them to avoid sex.
Other issues menopausal women commonly face include thinning of the vaginal walls (which can cause pain), bladder troubles, dryness and lack of an interested partner.