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THE SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP MARRIAGE

or preliminaries that, trivial enough in themselves, may grow in this particular experience into matters of extreme significance - the list could be multiplied. But such obstacles are nearly all surmountable by patience and skill. Because we insist upon exaggerated reticence, men and women bear in uneasy fortitude what could be readily removed by intelligence.
Again I repeat, this is not an instinctive procedure, but a delicate and personal adjustment as artificial as any other superior spiritual achievement of mankind. It must be learned properly: good intentions are not enough here. It is well-meaning blundering which so often produces that unfortunate conflict of experience between affectionate husband and wife which seems to separate the physical act from all spiritual context; and love is left painfully to climb up out of the pit into which it has been so heedlessly hurled.
Much has been written about the monotony of monogamy. But if the perfect sexual adjustment enshrined in the marital partnership brings a common happiness to both partners, there is insurance against monotony; for the very essence of sexuality is its tidal ebb and flow. "The first fine careless rapture" is recaptured, recaptured again and again; we celebrate once more a vital and enduring unity.
It is my conviction that the achievement of this sharing of the sexual experience tends to become so satisfying to the partners that their sex problem is settled within their partnership. Sexual irregularity for such partners no longer appears in their desires. I am told by those who have had the opportunity to examine many cases that under such circumstances sexual love may continue up to the threshold of senility. It is a beautiful idea that marital lovers far beyond middle age should be able to warm themselves in an emotional experience recalling all the fine romance of the first flush of youth. There is always a rich reward for the pains we take in trying to perfect a personal relationship.

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