“I think the quality of sex is far more important than quantity,” Rader points out.
“Would you rather have sex twice a week with long, 1.5 hour-plus sessions with multiple orgasms, or quick, mediocre sessions each day?
In fact, couples who wait until marriage to have sex report higher relationship satisfaction (20% higher), better communication patterns (12% better), less consideration of divorce (22% lower), and better sexual quality (15% better) than those who started having sex early in their dating (see Figure 2).
Or you might miss what sex was like in the early days of your relationship.
You might wonder, what would happen if you went back to having sex every day? A 2017 You Gov survey found that only 4% of adults say they have sex at least once a day.
”She adds that certain types of sex require more prep time or recovery time.
This means that if you do have sex every day, you might end up having types of sex you enjoy less.