No matter what their age, new lovers can’t keep their hands off each other. This slows down after about a year and sexual frequency declines. This isn’t a problem if both libidos slow down at the same rate, but problems arise when one partner wants sex more often than the other. Scheduling sex dates is an important step toward solving this problem. Together, a couple can decide on a frequency they can both live with. Lower-desire partners ask, “What if we have a date, and I’m not in the mood?” Because scheduling sex reduces the tension and helps the lower-desire partner get psyched for sex, this isn’t usually a problem.

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