Sometimes it can seem like sex means everything. It's definitely an important ingredient to a healthy relationship, but it's not necessarily the most important one. Focus more on the friendship and romantic parts but keep the flirty part going...and it should all work out.
Do you have other shared activities or interests? Are there things your partner wants to do that y'all aren't doing? Is there something of your own that you can dive into? The more independently attractive you are...as in having your own cool things going on the more a) you'll have your mind on something else and b) the more you'll "re-attract" your partner. All that being said, your partner can only meet your needs if you're expressing them. Be vocal, but not needy.
So to recap...sex isn't everything...get your own stuff going on...and be interested/involved in doing things together with your partner...do make sure you voice your own needs.
just my 2 cents.
Me - male, 42, poly, straight, in a serious relationship with Audrey, also casually dating.
Audrey - female, 20, poly, pansexual, also casually dating.
Last edited by vanquish; 02-18-2014 at 04:03 PM.