Dating Expert Shares Biggest Reason Why Women Stop Sleeping With Their Husbands

A dating expert named Dr Sarah Hensley has revealed the major reason why women stop sleeping with their husbands...
Credit: @the_dating_decoder/TikTok & Alamy

A dating expert named Dr. Sarah Hensley has shared the biggest reason why women stop sleeping with their husbands.

Whether you’re in a relationship or not, there’s something intriguing about a dating expert.

Previously, we’ve learned about dextingvulturing, and even zombie-ing.

But now, a dating expert has revealed the one big reason why women stop sleeping with their husbands.

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Dr. Sarah Hensley has revealed all about why women seem to stop being attracted to their husbands and long-term life partners in a viral TikTok.

But people have had a lot to say in the comment section.

One writes: “Is it cause you end up having to parent your husband either because he is or acts like he is incapable of doing anything for himself?”

Another adds: “Just a joke, but its because she doesn’t have to keep him from leaving anymore because she’ll get half his stuff if he divorces?”

A third says: “I will tell you that my ex stopped caring about his personal hygiene. I love a man who smells good. I spent a fortune on wonderful colones—the ones that get my attention in a public space. Yes, we talked about it—he didn’t care. Big turn off.”

“It’s always got to come down to ‘how much’ s** people are having. I’d rather stay single than have that kind of pressure again,” another pens.

Dr Sarah Hensley
The dating expert has shared the biggest reasons women stop sleeping with their husbands. Credit: @the_dating_decoder/TikTok

The dating coach, who has a PhD in social psychology, has shared the shocking information in a TikTok.

She says: “The primary reason why women stop having s** with their husbands is because they don’t feel emotionally safe.

“The reason that they don’t feel emotionally safe is because their attachment needs are not being met inside of their relationship.”

Hensley goes on: “Attachment needs our deepest needs inside of a romantic relationship, and if those things are not fulfilled we will not feel emotionally safe.

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“Especially for women when there is a lack of emotional safety, they start feeling very unsafe giving their bodies to their partner, and they start to feel extremely un-attracted to their partner.”

She continues: “The anxious preoccupied their biggest need is love, affection and reassurance. So they need lots of reassurance every single day that you love them that the relationship is stable.”

Hensley concludes: “For the dismissive avoidant woman, it’s going to be space autonomy, and lack of criticism, aka peace and harmony inside the relationship.”

@the_dating_decoder First, seggs is a code word you can hopefully figure out because I’m not about to get kicked off. Secondly, there ARE other reasons like feeling like their husband doesn’t help them with the workload, or affairs, etc. BUT this is THE biggest reason by far. Calm down and breathe, I know it may be hard to hear and you’ll get triggered. But I am here to help you start getting your needs met. Don’t shoot the messanger. I am direct and I make no apologies for my assertiveness. I’m a coach not a therapist. #love #relationships #intimacy #marriage #attachmentstyle #fyp #foryoupage ♬ original sound – Dr. Sarah Hensley

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

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