Talk to your partner about how sexual intimacy makes you feel, and suggest ways to refresh the experience.
Make a list of all of your mood killers, compare them with your partner, and come up with a game plan, sex therapists told Insider.
Exploring your sexual kinks and fantasies doesn't mean you have a problem, sex therapist David Ley told Insider. In fact, it can provide relief.
Brainstorm solutions with your partner so you can both get a good night of sleep. Don't be afraid to try sleeping in separate beds.
Most people with vaginas can't orgasm from penetration alone. Try switching it up with more clitoral stimulation during foreplay and sex.
Be honest with your best friend and your boyfriend about your feelings. You can't control anyone's reactions, therapist Rachel Wright told Insider.
It's time to confront your stepson. As long as you do it from a place of compassion, not anger, it's fair to advocate for your needs.
People who've experienced childhood trauma aren't wired to cheat. Set strict boundaries to see if your girlfriend is serious about changing.
Asking your partner his reasons for engaging in the affair will give you a better sense of who he is and whether he's in it for the long haul.
You're not wrong for wanting to feel physical closeness. Conveying that need to your partner in an honest way could help.