When writer Miriam Arond and her husband, psychiatrist Samuel L. Pauker, M. For a fourth of the wives, sex meant painful intercourse or elusive orgasms, while 1 in 10 husbands experienced premature ejaculation, and 1 in 20 had erection problems.
Researchers from Florida State University studied the effect of the so-called "Big Five" personality traits on how often newlyweds have sex. They found that two traits in particular affect the frequency, but your personality dictates how much you enjoy it. Newlyweds, it's assumed, get it on more often than us rank-and-file married folks.
We just got married a month ago. There are examples of happy newly married couples with all ranges of sexual activity. A few months ago it looked more like twice a month.
You're married! Now that the glitz and excitement of the big day is over, it's time to focus on what really matters: sex. Having a healthy, mutually satisfying sex life is a key component of happy marriages.
Our sex drives are forever changing. Whether you're feeling stressed or just CBA, it's totally normal for your sexual desire to ebb and flow. Here, 15 married couples explain what is normal for them.
We spent the first few days of our married life at a mountain resort. Our loft suite overlooked breathtaking views and with a crackling fireplace and plush bed linens, it was made for romance. But what happened next was far from what I had expected!
There is a lot of pressure placed on the honeymoon and post-honeymoon sex couples "should" be having. This isn't true at all. It's not always incredible, lusty, mind-blowing orgasms right after a wedding.
From hectic work schedules to kids' demands, roadblocks to doing the deed can seem endless. You may find yourself wondering, "Is our sex life normal? Don't believe us? A Reddit thread popped up this week asking married folks to weigh in on how often they have sex.
Jump to navigation. One of the fabulous things about marrying your soul mate is experiencing a unique connection and level of familiarity. But when things are too comfortable in the bedroom, it can cause problems.
Blame the political landscape, shoddy birth control access, limitless free porn on the internet, or the gig economy for the decline in the millennial libido—who can say for sure? Whatever the reason, Americans are boning less. As one of the top five horniest people of all time, this initially seemed concerning to me, but as it turns out, it might not be such a big deal. To be sure, not having any sex or a experiencing a sharp decline could be a sign of an unhappy relationship.