Making love is the happiness
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Making love is the happiness

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Making  love often does not make happier the contrary. That’s what this new Canadian study suggests that separates the development of the couple in the frequency of sexual intercourse. It suggests that making love once a week would be enough to happiness of the couple.

Researchers from the University of Toronto Mississauga (Canada) conducted a survey of 30,000 Americans, couple and engaged in a long-term relationship. Their study was published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Whatever the age of participants, gender and or the duration of the relationship, the researchers found that having sex once a week would be enough to happiness of the couple.

“Having frequent sex is associated with greater happiness, but this link is not as marked as the frequency is higher than once a week,” said Amy Muise, psychologist and postdoc at the University of Toronto-Mississauga.

Keep the intimate connection

“Our findings suggest that it is important to maintain an intimate connection with her partner but there is no need to have sex every day, as long as this connection is maintained,” said she continued.
You do not want to make love at night? You are in a rush in the morning … As it is essential to keep a connection with her partner, remember these false pretenses and remémorerez you rather the pleasure and benefits of love on your morale and your health for you shed body and soul into the arms of your dear husband.

Remember also that sex chats. As appetite comes with eating, libido feeds practice. And the more we make love, the more the mechanics of desire is fit and the more you want to end up in the hands of his partner to the seventh heaven.

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