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That said, she added that the way wives approach the issue can make all the difference.

In her practice, Sussman has women verbally attack husbands by saying things like, "What's wrong with you? " But aggressiveness, whether active or passive, is not the way to broach the issue.

Irwin Goldstein, director of the Sexual Medicine Program at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego.

He told The Huffington Post that many of his patients are pretty apathetic about their personal drop in sex, but they seek treatment for the sake of their partner who might feel unloved or ignored.

If their husbands are conscientiously objecting to getting it on, many wives begin to wonder: When Penny*, 43, met her husband 15 years ago, she said that they had an "instant, across-the-room attraction." Three years into their marriage, however, she noticed he stopped wanting sex.

"It's sort of like having to fish for a compliment," she said.

"It doesn't seem sincere if you have to ask for it." Of course, these stories reflect only one half of the complicated dynamic.

She eventually began having sex with an acquaintance with her husband's full knowledge and acceptance.

But that didn't fix her marriage's sexual communication issues and it certainly didn't alleviate her desire to be closer to her husband. Some parents may not notice the sexual decline until their kids are older and require less attention.

She's calmly approached her husband over the years and encouraged him to seek out whatever medical help or counseling he may need, but he continually stonewalls her on the issue.

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