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Inquiring minds

via klwalton, an article called "Why Marriages Fail" (http://www.shrinktalk.net/archives/why_marriages_fail_1.phtml) contains the following quote:
couples that don't ever fight eventually don't have sex either. Why? They are both forms of passion. If you give up one form of intensity you'll ultimately leave the other as well.
Is this true in your experience?

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jinian
Mar. 31st, 2009 05:22 am (UTC)
It strikes me as the kind of thing that's pretty safe to say as long as you're willing to mess your definitions about a bit. Most couples (FSVO most) probably do not have sex (FSVO of zero) eventually (FSVO a long time). Otherwise I think it's crap. Having cooperative or silly sex is just as worthwhile as having overwhelmingly passionate sex in my experience, and I'm much more likely to have the first kind if I feel friendly and secure with my partner, which fights do not cause.

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