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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

How Important Is Sex In One's Relationship?

How important is sex in one's relationship? Would you still love a person even if that person is frigid? In the absence of sex, how do you show your love to your beloved? Please explain your answers.

Tags: Sex, Sexual Relationship, Frigidity, Intimacy
Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla


Bluebirdy said...

Intimacy is definitely bonding. There are chemicals that are secreted during intimacy that make you closer. It is also a stress reliever. I could love a man who is impotent, but if his attitude was unaffectionate in every other way, I would be miserable. Why get married to someone who isn't attracted to you enough to want to kiss and hug and cuddle you? You're just friends, (or less) if they don't want any affection. So I guess it depends on the attitude. If they are "frigid" in their attitude, it would be a hard thing to deal with. If they are affectionate in their heart and mind, but physically unable to have sex, that can be dealt with.
Affection is verrryyyyy important in marriage. I'd say essential, but it doesn't have to be sex if the partner is unable to do so.
God gave us this wonderful gift as a reward for marriage.
Blessings, Sheila

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Bluebirdy,
Well said my friend. You have enunciated the issues very well. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.