Frequent sex can save an unhappy marriage, says new study
The highly neurotic, who tend to be moody, irritable and easily upset, have less happy partnerships and are more likely to divorce. But the study finds that making more love more often may solve their problems, reports the Daily Mail.
Scientists followed 144 newlyweds over the first four years of marriage asking them how happy they were and how often they had sex.
On average, it was once a week during the first six months of marriage. By the fourth year, it had dropped to three times a month.
Marital satisfaction was not associated with the amount of sex - except among the highly neurotic.