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How To Have More Sex
How To Have More Sex

Want to become more intimate with your partner?

Spend some time AWAY from them!

Strange but true according to a new survey from Britain that found couples who spend a night or two apart each month have more sex than couples who are never apart.

They asked 2000 couples on how many nights they spent apart each month and how often they were intimate and discovered couples who spent one to two nights apart each month had nearly twice as much sex as those who spent NO time apart.

Relationship expert Dr. Terri Orbuch says the results of the survey make sense, as the things that fuel the crazy-infatuated feeling you get at the beginning of a relationship are: newness, mystery and arousal, and in long-term relationships companion love tends to increase while passion decreases.

What’s your take?

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