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Is sexual obligation normal and healthy in a marriage?


Is it normal for one partner to be obligated to keep a marriage "healthy" by having sex even when they don't want to?

 

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    Debbie Pinkston (debbiepinkston) 4 years ago

    Ruby, I agree with you 100%! Communicating and discussing the biological or emotional reasons for a low interest in sex can open the door to greater understanding and even greater intimacy, if approached without defensiveness and with an open mind.