After a Reddit post claiming to be a spreadsheet of all the excuses a wife gave her husband to get out of sex went viral last week, HuffPost Live's Caitlyn Becker hosted a panel of women who discussed how marriage changes intimacy. One of the panelists had quite the success story.
Megan Conley talked about her blog post called Five Reasons You Should Have Sex With Your Husband Every Day, and while she told HuffPost Live that the post's title was "kind of facetious" because it's more about being intimate daily than actually having sex, she said she was committed to that idea in her own marriage.
"I go and work out every single day. I go to Zumba and humiliate myself in front of 45 women every single day because I decided my body is worth it and I'd like to wear a swimsuit at some point, so why can't I put 15 minutes a day toward my relationship?" Conley said.
And her spouse was more than willing to oblige.
"It was this challenge that my husband very happily accepted, so we decided to do that for a month, and sometimes it was 15 minutes and sometimes it was several hours, and it was fantastic," she said.
More frequent sex improved their relationship not only physically, but emotionally was well. Conley said that when her father died in February, she and her husband's dutiful work on their relationship allowed them to "see each other's souls" and communicate openly to help Conley heal.
"As a woman, when I saw sex as something that strengthened my relationship, it became much more interesting to me," she said.
Check out the full HuffPost Live segment about sex and marriage below.