*sighs* well this is either more trolling for lulz (get everyone all concerned then fart at them, giggling) or you two need to sit down, talk as lovers do, and find your way back to the sexual/romantic/emotional/physical expression state of love that you had (assuming you had it). For us it has never been only sex, but making love. During a session of making love, my feelings range from a deep tenderness to a slap that ass and work that bod thinking that bounces back and forth between us. Explore the dynamics of love between you. Cuddle. Talk about your fears your hopes your aspirations, LISTEN to each other. Observe the curve of his lips, the wonderful arch of his brows, the depth in his eyes.
A very good psychologist friend of mine once said that many couples fall apart in this regard by forgetting what they first saw and felt with each other.
At an early stage in our relationship, Bill and I decided not to overdo sex. Here:
Doug's Chocolate Cake Theorem
If you loved chocolate cake and could only get some sporadically or every now and then, you'd crave it all the time.
Now, if I drove up to your house with a reefer truck filled with 1,000 cakes and filled six chest freezers with them, you'd go nuts and have cake constantly. Then I come back in six months with another truck load and you say, "Got any pie?"
Bill and I court each other throughout the week. By week's end we're full of romantic rumblings and flirtings. You won't like this, but often when out we surreptitiously cruise each other. We check each other out at home and sometimes make salacious comments about each other.
Other times we dedicate songs to each other; we've done it on RJ, for example, and give each other small tokens of affection (cards, a good meal, a made bed, a clean bathroom).
This can also be like NNJFitandbi said, peaks and valleys, which are natural.
You guys can talk with us via email if you like, we're both sitting here wishing you well and that your relationship flourishes.
-Doug and Bill