Sex is an important part of a relationship but, no matter how much effort you put in to keeping the spark alive, it's not unusual for things to slide at some point. New research from Cosmopolitan seems to suggest that it's a common problem. But what if you and your partner have different needs? In fact, only six percent of people said that they found their spouse less attractive now than they did before they tied the know, so there's definitely still a chance to keep that spark alive.
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OK, so before marriage most couples reported having sex two to three times per week. But the percentage having sex that regularly dropped from 60 percent pre-marriage to 43 percent after marriage. Part couple couple having married other sex the problem comes from mismatched sex driveswhen one of you wants more than the other. Sixty-four percent of respondents said that their marriage was extremely happy and 29 percent said that they were somewhat happy, so it looks like sex isn't everything.
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That's a whole lot of people who are feeling less than satisfied by their current sexual situation. So maybe tying the know helps when it comes to tax breaks, but it doesn't seem to do you favors in the bedroom. Put in some effort to make enough time for each other and keep incorporating new surprises and your marriage will stay happy, even if your sex life drops from time to time. New research from Cosmopolitan seems to suggest that it's a common problem.