With my husband's travel schedule we were unable to have sex every day, but we managed to have it every day that he was in town for one full year. It transformed our relationship and we are still reaping the benefits. So, when I say sex is important in marriage, I'm speaking from our personal experience.
Sex opens the lines of communication, which is why I think it's so important in marriage. It is a physical form of intimacy that strengthens the depth of the marital bond. When you commit to consistently pleasuring one another on a physical level, you suddenly become closer on all levels and you find that your emotional needs are being met as well. It ignites passion, blossoms friendship and deepens love.
When couples stop making-love, their relationship can grow stagnant and stagnancy often leads to disaster.
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Thank you for your question, Patti. I hope I've answered adequately. :)