This article is co-written by Allen Wagner, MFT. Allen Wagner is a licensed family and marriage therapist in Los Angeles, California. He received a master's degree in psychology from Pepperdine University in 2004. He specializes in working with individual clients and couples, helping them to improve relationships. Together with his wife, Thalia Wagner, wrote the book Married Roommates (Married Neighbors).
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Many married couples experience a lack of sex or other problems in the bedroom. In fact, presumably one of the three couples is to blame for the lack of sexual desire. According to research by the National Marriage Project in 2011, happy married couples put on a sex life along with fellowship, responsibilities and generosity. If you and your soul mate are trying to overcome sexual problems, it may be time to concentrate on finding ways to improve communication, create sexual attraction and, perhaps, seek professional help.