Originally Answered: Are there natural ways to increase my partners sex drive?
As a mental health professional with 20+ years experience, now retired, and as one whose Practicum Report (thesis substitute based on actual clinical practice) was entitled "Male Sexuality" wherein I had to study both gender's sexuality in detail, let me recommend something to you that was first stated by women back in the 1970's (if not earlier) when they complained about premature ejaculation and about their partners not giving them any orgasms, or not enough of them, and on and on and on: Pay very close attention to your partner's "sex drive" or sexual arousal, etc.. Don't ask him anything about it, or demand any sexual "favors". Just study him, quietly and "from a distance" as the phrase goes. Don't tell him you're doing it and don't tell him you've asked anybody about his sex drive or how to deal with your sexual frustrations. Just study his sexual interests. There is a pattern. You just don't see it. Right now he may feel so much pressure from your sexual demands and other stressors in his life, and any alcohol or drug problems he may have,that he's not showing anything, so back off. Deal with your sexual needs in any other safe way you want, but do NOT pressure him or even relate to him that way. Over time, you're going to see patterns of sexual interest that you haven't seen in a long while. Do NOT try to take advantage of any of his sexually excited moments, even though they seem like an easy take. Just observe, and do so in such a discreet manner that he will never know you ever were paying attention to him. Enjoy your own sexuality without "demanding" that he participate or respond in any way. If you are at your "sexual peak" as you say, then your sexuality, not pressured upon him, may, if he's in good mental and physical health, arouse him to the point that he begins making sexual "advances" to you, and rather persistent "advances". THEN enjoy them, and build upon the knowledge you've gained about his sexuality to slowly but steadily begin filling your sexual wants through him, if you still want them with him by then. He is living his sexuality on his own right now. You do the same. If you and he want a sexual relationship as time goes on, believe me, if you do the studying and sensitive reintroduction of sex between the two of you, you'll truly enjoy yourself. And, by then, you will have explored new ways to enjoy your own sexuality, oftentimes which won't include him, that your "sexual peak" won't put too much pressure or demand on him. Trust me. My professors, male and female, loved my Practicum Report, especially since it was done in a time of so much one-sided (female) sexual demands and sensitivities. And the irony here is that much of my study direction was based on women's complaints about their sexual partners not satisfying them enough. I simply used their complaints as a basis to begin my research for my clinical study, and added on as I went along. God Bless you.