Are Other People Having More Sex Than You?
Here are some surprising results of a sex survey authored by Tim Wadsworth, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Colorado. Wadsworth wanted to find out if happiness is tied to thinking that you're having more sex than other people
Guess what? It turns out that is.
Wadsworth's paper is titled "Sex and the Pursuit of Happiness: How Other People's Sex Lives are Related to Our Sense of Well-Being."
He discovered that if people thought that they weren't having as much sex as other people, then they were unhappier than those who believed that they were having more than sex than others.
So now that we know that happiness is related to the amount of sexual activity and that the mental aspect is as important as the physical, let's find out what the average amount of sex is for most married couples. According to the Kinsey Institute, people between the ages of 25 and 60 on average, a few times a month or once a week.
So how happy are you now?