New research says that couple’s who do it once a week can be just as happy as those who do it more frequently. In an over-sexed world where people compete on telling others about their better than average sexcapades, it’s easy to feel like you’re not doing it enough. It’s often percived that the more sex you have, the happier you’ll be as a couple. But research published by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology shows that more sex doesn’t necessarily make you happy. The study revealed that in romantic relationships, it’s the intimacy that counts more than quantity. After studying 30 000 volunteers of different ages, the study came up with surprisng results. The subjects showed that intimacy is important and brings partners closer, even if they only have sex once a week. The perception that men want more sex, and older people aren’t that interested was also debunked. The four-decade long study also showed that on average, couples have sex once a week. And those in long-term relationships were satisfied with this
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