My husband has recovered his sex drive after a five year drought but I am no longer in the mood | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: I SHOULD be celebrating that my husband has got his mojo back after a five-year sex drought – but I feel ­miserable.

He is 59 and I’m 60. We’ve been married for 15 years.

We used to have plenty of spontaneous sex but five years ago he was diagnos­ed with erectile dysfunction.

I love my husband dearly and although I missed the physical side of our relationship, I accepted it.

Then he attended counselling – apparently his erectile disfunction was because he was stressed with work.

The therapist helped him and his libido has returned with added vim!

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Now he is so randy all the time and whenever he has an erection, parades around the house and pushes himself on me.

I’m not used to this behaviour – it repulses me.


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DEIDRE SAYS: Five years is a long time to go without sex and the sudden change in his sexual appetite will take time to adjust to.

Rather than let resent­ment build, reassure him you are pleased he is feeling better, but let him know how you would like him to behave.

My support pack Differ­ent Sex Drives can help.

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