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How many times a week seems reasonable to be intimate with your spouse?

  1. Janice Daniel profile image59
    Janice Danielposted 2 years ago

    How many times a week seems reasonable to be intimate with your spouse?

    For some reason, that is one of the major reasons that married couples are getting divorced. Some people feel neglected and become insecure about their looks. I even learned something new today: Foreplay isn't even enough for some people. Some people need a warm up (which is a romantic gesture.)  Ex: calling your partner while he/she is at work just to say "I Love you", etc.  In conclusion, take the time out of you schedule to make sure that your spouse is happy. If he/she is not fully satisfied, ask what you can do to step up your game and give them the love they deserve.  IJN Jas

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  2. profile image61
    peter565posted 2 years ago

    In my opinion...as long as you are not screwing up more important thing due to lust...as many time as you like.

  3. Alan Grace profile image64
    Alan Graceposted 2 years ago

    Sexuality is not poison. Fearlessness in sex is poison.  A family with good culture and high moral standing will uphold where there is minimum sexuality and maximum humility towards each other. Stop any interaction, which is acceptable to one and not to other.
    dadabhagwan.org/scientific-solutions/self-help/how-to-practice-celibacy/quarrel-free-husband-and-wife-relationship/

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 2 years ago

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    There is no right or wrong answer.
    Sexual libido varies from person to person and couple to couple.
    Naturally if you have one person who wants sex 4 times a week and their mate is content with once a week there are bound to be issues. That's a difference of 208 VS 52 times per year!
    Having said that there are instances where people are fortunate enough to find someone they're in sync with but things could change down the road. Menopause, erectile dysfunction, other health issues, and overall marital disharmony can effect both the frequency and the quality of sexual interactions in a marriage.
    If it's an issue of actual dissatisfaction communication is the key in determining if their mate is willing try doing things differently.
    Having said that communication is not an ask and it shall be given proposition. He/she simply may not be see it as a priority.
    Some people simply miss having variety or being surprised.
    They find themselves always doing things the same way.
    Monogamy becomes boring when couples become lazy.

 
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