married men please...is this true that if wemon give the man enough sex ,they will hardly cheat on us?

I was not so good in S*x before,but I went o a consoller and he thought me some techniques and now I am quite fine with it.does it really help in our relationship?I mean does it make us closer to eachother?what do you married man really think about it?what is the most important part of your relationship with your wife?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    It depends. The people who said that the relationship outside the bedroom matters is correct. As King Solomon said, "as a dripping faucet, so is a contentious woman." If you treat your man right in other areas of your relationship, he will be less likely to stray, and if you couple that with passionate lovemaking, you will keep him forever. However this only works if the man you are spending your time and energy on is a man of character. No matter how much you try to convince yourself that your pet kitty with the white stripe down it's tail is a cat, it still stinks like a skunk! The same with a man who does not have values and character.

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  • 1 decade ago

    when I read a question like this I wonder if it is for real. To ask if something makes you closer is a strange question. I would ask you did it make you closer? But to answer what I think you are asking. Yes sex is very important. and yes most men find they need it once every 72 hours. This again does depend on the person. The survey says:: men cheat to get sex and women cheat to get affection.For most men sex is not about closeness. It is about sex. women give sex to get affection and men give affection to get sex. So you decide . Do you think you can make a man not cheat if you give him enough sex?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Sorry, I'm not a guy, but it really isn't all about sex. I heard a quote once, but it rings true. If you have a great relationship, sex only matters 10% of the time, but if your relationship sucks, then it matters 90% of the time. If you are satisfied emotionally or intellectually, those things carry much greater weight in the relationship. If you don't even "like" the person you are with and can't talk to them, why the heck would you even care about having sex with them? You could offer to have sex with your mate whenever they wanted to, but really, that's not even going to satisfy them for long if that's all you provide... I know, this is a female's point of view... but I KNOW that not all men are that shallow. People cheat for different reasons than just sex.

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    It *is* undesirable to snoop, yet when he's been treating you badly and dishonest on you first it would want to be justified. yet to respond to the unique question:- I easily have in no way used a prostitute and so some distance as i understand from all my male friends, maximum different adult men do not both. Your husband is speaking like that to be protective. so some distance as numbers of companions earlier marriage, try now to not imagine about that. That merely delivers extra stress. even if relevent, the sacrament (or binding regulation) of Marriage is the dedication debated right here. You sound like a very strong spouse, so i might want to it look like he would not deserve you. Leaving someone can be a foul trial, yet I recommend you do. he's a "undesirable egg".

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  • 1 decade ago

    It goes a lot deeper than just sex.

    Sex is a part but infidelity is about the attempt to find whats missing. He could be getting lots of empty sex at home and still look for love , affection and intimacy. Yes thats right guys like those too.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Im not a guy ..but i thought i'd give you my opinion..and even though maybe the sex is good...i dont think they would want to stay with someone who is a total drama queen all the time..nagging ..complaning..and is only good on bed..my opinion though..im not a guy so i dont know what they think ..but thats what i think .

    im not calling you a drama queen by the way..but my point is..that if the woman was only good in bed..and thats the only thing they shared..or the only time they got along..i'll doubt it they'll stay..

    i hope you understand what i mean and dont take it as an offence.

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  • nickle
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    SEX is not everything---- it is an important part of a marriage but if you think it isthe most inportant thing then you are lying to yourself. Honesty, Trusting, caring, and being able to accept the person for who he or she really is is the most important thing.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Sex is important but not that important focus on love and caring and then if u love her enough the sex will be good wether or not u are good at havin sex

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think people cheat to escape reality, to retreat into a fantasy world.

    So the answer, I think to your qestion, is no. Sex hasn't a thing to do with it tho it has been used as an excuse often enough.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Girl you can give that man sex with every hole on your body, cook him breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner, watch football and drink beer with him, give him a threesome once a month, iron all of his clothes clean on down to his boxers, work and allow him to stay home, wake up giving him oral sex, and periodically through out the day, and he will still cheat. Sex and love have nothing to do with it.

    Source(s): K I am talking about men who cheat not all married men, there are some good ones out there...
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