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Many explain that everything started out well, but somewhere along the way, their husband lost interest in them sexually. Some say that their husband does not even touch them anymore, and wonder what is wrong with them. Have they become unattractive somehow? For an increasing number of women, the honeymoon is really over! The challenge is that while a husband and wife are two very unique people who mesh their lives together, each brings different needs, strengths, and expectations into their marriage. They are looking forward to years of married bliss.

EXCERPT: 'The Sex-Starved Wife'

Diary of a Sex-Starved Single Woman

Psychology Today blogger Michelle Weiner Davis addresses what may be a growing epidemic. As someone who is in the front lines with couples, I have grown increasingly aware that women have no corner on the low libido market. In fact, based on my clinical observations and casual conversations with colleagues, I'd say that low desire in men is America's best kept secret. After all, in a culture where virility is inextricably connected with masculinity, why would any man want to broadcast his drop in desire? Most of the data available on the incidence of low libido in men is based on self-report and estimates vary widely.

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Actually, if you believe that statement, you're wrong. In her new book author Michele Weiner Davis reveals what really happens behind the bedroom doors -- and it might surprise you. Below is an excerpt from "The Sex-Starved Wife.
Bestselling author and Today show and Oprah regular Michele Weiner Davis, is no stranger to private marital matters. Weiner Davis: A few years ago, I wrote a book called The Sex-Starved Marriage, where I described what happens in marriages where one spouse is desperately longing for more touch or more sex than the other. In that book, I devoted a mere seven pages to the unique challenges for women when they're the more highly sexed spouse. I was inundated with calls, letters and e-mails from women saying, Thank you so much for writing about this because I honestly believed I was the only woman in the world whose husband wasn't chasing her around the living room.