Unfortunately, I have some experience with this one. I was engaged to a girl, and our sex life was a bit dry. For a while I tried to tell myself that it would get better, but it didn’t. Then it turned into my denying the problem, which also didn’t work too well.
When I realized that I would most likely end up cheating on her (and she on me, for all I knew), I knew it was time to end things.
I think I understand what Kellibelli means when she says the situation isn’t likely to improve. Sometimes the chemistry just isn’t there. I cared for my ex-fiance deeply, and I have nothing but great things to say about her. But in the end I had to admit that the sparks weren’t flying, and that it was an important problem.
So I don’t panic you Kellibelli, you should know that there were other problems too. Taken together, they were enough to cause us to end the relationship. But the sex was high on my list.