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I'd like to see some research on the "happiness" of couples based upon their "natural" frequency of sex. Say you take a large group of 45 year old people who've been married 15-20+ years. Are the ones who have sex twice a week happier than the ones that have sex once a month? I suspect that are -- and you'd have to look at the scores of each partner separately.
It might be a chicken or the egg kind of question. What comes first? Happy couple who tend to have more sex? Or does having a more "natural" active love life bring more happiness and satisfaction in a marriage?
I think this "experiment" doesn't tell much about how much sexual frequency correlates with happiness.
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