Frequent Sex Does Not Predict a Happy Relationship (A Quote by Sheila Wray Gregoire)
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The Great Sex Rescue: The Lies You’ve Been Taught and How to Recover What God Intended, by Sheila Wray Gregoire, Rebecca Gregoire Lindenbach and Joanna Sawatsky
1540900827Evangelical culture has used frequency as the measure of marital and sexual satisfaction even though research has found that frequency is not an accurate predictor at all—even for men. Sexual satisfaction and interpersonal dynamics are far superior measures, as our survey also revealed. We found that how often a couple has sex is not directly related to their marital quality. However, women who are more sexually satisfied ([that is,] who consistently orgasm and feel close during sex) reliably have better marriages. How happy your marriage is reflects the quality of your emotional and sexual relationship far more than it does the frequency of intercourse.
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