When my ex and I first got together, I couldn't get enough of him, sexually speaking. Even before we were done having sex, I was already thinking about when we'd be doing it again. I couldn't be satiated, so much so that I actually Googled, "Am I sex addict?" I wasn't; I was just newly in love and that's part of being in a new relationship: Not being able to get enough of your partner.
But then the urge to have him all the time started to disappear. Granted, it took a whole year before that lust started to fade, but when it did, I found myself Googling, "Is it possible to love your partner, but hate having sex with them?" Being that it was Internet, the responses were mixed, of course. However, no matter what the Internet told me, the truth of the matter was very clear: I was extremely unhappy with my sex life. So much so, that when we went to bed at night, I'd immediately start fake snoring so he'd think I was asleep — as if anyone can fall asleep in two seconds flat.
I couldn't really figure out why this was the case — until later, of course, because hindsight is 20/20 and all that. Here are five signs, in addition to fake snoring, why you, too, might be unhappy with your sex life.