When life gets busy, one of the first things to go in a relationship is sex. Couples are too tired, too full, too stressed, too distracted. Simply put: not in the mood. We get it -- there are a million and one legitimate reasons not to have sex tonight, tomorrow or the day after that.
Why Sex Is So Important to Your Husband | FamilyLife®
As I listened, I thought about what it would be like to do something similar with my husband, Jon. At the time, we were having sex about once a week—not nearly as much as either of us thought was healthy for our marriage. I mulled all this over and considered if I really wanted to commit to a day, sex-every-day challenge. Ultimately I decided the challenge could only help our marriage, so when I got to work, I texted Jon and floated the idea by him.
3 Things Your Husband Feels About Sex – That You Might Not Know or Believe
Three years ago I had sex every single day, for one whole year. To answer the most popular questions I've been asked since: No, it was not with men. It was with one, my husband.
Major shifts in the life-style and role structure of the traditional family unit have prompted researchers to reexamine the decision-making practices in today's households. The examination of sex roles and their impact upon family role structures and decision behavior has received very little attention from researchers of consumer behavior. The present study investigates the impact of spousal sex-role orientation upon the joint decision process of a housing purchase by husbands and wives. A model is presented and hypotheses are tested which explore the effect of sex-role orientation upon family member decision influence, preference agreement, conflict resolution, and decision outcome.