Originally Posted by MarkTwain
Because it's often a good barometer of everything else. It shows whether the couple are comfortable being close with each other - real close. That's why some people call it intimacy. I don't often use that word unless I feel it's appropriate, becuase it's possible to have sex without very much intimacy.
I believe your wrong.
Maybe you are focusing on your life or something but the sex act and its quanity does not make for a good marriage or any of the qualities that make for a good marriage, like trust, respect.
If you were right,
people who are disabled would not be lovable, older people would not be lovable, any person who was sick, unhealthy, in grief, would not be lovabale.
Your ideas that good sex make a good marriage have no basis in reality.
we will just have to agree to disagree, I am only noting your comments often have to do with sex
and not relationship.