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Is sex important to a marriage?

Rock His World answers this question very well here.

My answer:  YES – YES – YES – Sex IS extremely important to most marriages!

Unfortunately, in many marriages, it’s place on the priority list does not match it’s importance level.  Often some serious elevation is needed to raise it where it belongs.  If a happy, frequent, satisfying sexual relationship with your spouse  is not a high priority in your marriage, I feel confident in saying – your marriage is not all it could be and may even be suffering!

Perhaps it’s time for a priority check up and some re-arranging!!  If your spouse makes it a low priority – it’s time for some open and honest discussions.  In some cases some professional counseling will be necessary!

Sex is TOO IMPORTANT to a marriage to let issues remain unresolved!

 

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2 thoughts on “Is sex important to a marriage?

  1. I certainly agree that sex is very important to a good marriage and priority should be placed on making sure you are having regular and high quality sex. At the same time, making sure other parts of your relationship are strong (e.g.. communications, taking time to have fun together…) are often necessary preconditions to good sex. This is especially true with respect to quality and variety in your sexual relationships.

    • Absolutely MIK! It takes a lot of effort to keep a relationship thriving and healthy and there are many components necessary to keep a relationship alive and functioning well. When one component is neglected, it impacts the other components. All components working together is what makes the relationship a strong one. When one or more component starts to break down – then that component needs some immediate attention to fix it. We say our marriages are important and that we love our spouses. How we spend our time and our efforts is the real indicator of what we believe. Other areas of our life can use up our time and demand a great deal of undivided attention – but this should be the exception, not the norm if we want to give our marital relationship the priority it deserves and needs to survive. It’s all a matter of choices, isn’t it?

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