Husbands need sex, and it's a wife's job to provide it - as much as he wants, whenever he wants it.
So contends Laura Schlessinger (search) - better known as Dr.
"In most marriages, it's the wife who wants sex, and the husband who doesn't," says Frederick Woolverton, a clinical psychologist and director of the Village Institute for Psychotherapy. "Some men are insatiable, but so are some women," she says.
But no matter who needs it, she says, sex should never be something that's supplied on demand.
1) Know each other for four consecutive seasons, at least a year, before marrying.
A grandmother married over 40 years always asked her daughters, "Don't think about getting engaged to him until you have seen him angry and seen how he handles his anger." This fits with know each other for long enough to see each other at your worst before making significant decisions.
I forget who told me this, but she said it was the best advice she had ever received and came from her dad and mom.
Both her parents really liked the man she was marrying, and the church was filled with family and friends.
She also describes other ways a woman can make her marriage flourish: by making her husband her No.
1 priority; by not nagging, nitpicking or whining ("Be honest, girls, this is what we do") and by seeing her husband for what he is: "a gift from God," and respecting him accordingly.
from the University of Southern California School of Medicine and soon after became Chief Resident of Huntington Memorial Hospital.
John Adams graduated from Arizona State University in 1986 and received a Bachelor's of Science degree in business.
As the President of Rapid Dating and Rapid for 17 years,she has successfully hooked up thousands of people for Love, friendships, and business connections. His emphasis was in clinical and behavioral Medicine. Phil has written six books that all hit the New York Times Bestseller List, including Life Strategies: Doing What Works, Doing What Matters, and Relationship Rescue: A Seven-Step Strategy for Reconnecting with Your Partner. Phil Foundation, a charity offering help to families at risk.