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But the truth of the matter is, if someone truly likes you, they’ll stick around whether you have sex one date in, one month in, or one year in.
Regardless of when you have sex, it's pretty much a given fact that when two people who find each other attractive start getting together, sex is probably going to happen at one point.
The Potentially Problematic Response The study described above, which focused on sexual frequency and happiness, did conclude that those who were having sex less than once a week reported lower levels of happiness than those having sex once a week (or more).
But according to other studies and experts on the topic, there is a considerable range of lower than average sexual frequencies.
The Happiest Response How happy are couples that have sex at the national average of about once a week?
While most of us might be inclined to believe that more sex is related to more happiness, research suggests there is a point of diminishing returns.
” It’s a question that comes up often, albeit tentatively, exposing some of our deepest insecurities about our intimate relationships.
Few of us haven’t wondered at some point: How much sex should we be having? Is our relationship doomed if we aren’t having enough sex? These questions are inherently flawed, because how often we are having sex doesn't address whether or not that sex is good, bad, or dissatisfying.
Some women fear that having sex too soon can jeopardize any chances of having a relationship.
But just how important is sex in a new relationship? Or do you go with the flow and go with the intense sexual energy flowing between you two?
And, how much sex should you be having in the beginning?
We at Romance Only stand in this truth: Intimacy fulfills emotional, spiritual and physical needs, and sexual chemistry isn’t limited to intercourse.
We connect fellow Sex-C individuals whose form or faith preclude us from engaging in pop-culture’s conception of sex.