Transcript for Utah Couple Blogs About Having Sex Every Day for a Month
We'll learn about one happy couple right now also in "Heat index." I'm so glad you're Reading this. Their experiment caused an online sensation. They had sex every day for a month. Wrote about it. That sounds exhausting. ABC's Abbie Boudreau has the story. That one. Reporter: Two little kids, two hectic jobs, but no more excuses. And let's face it, we've heard them all. I'm tired. I don't feel well. I don't like how I look. I have to lose another ten pounds. Reporter: With babies and a busy schedule 29-year-old meg Connelly was feeling not so sexy and was worried she was losing touch with her husband of eight years. Riley Bingham. I realized we hadn't even touched 50e67 other for like eight days which was crazy for us. Reporter: Were you noticing that you weren't as intimate as often? Absolutely. Reporter: So meg came up with an experiment to get their spark back. He got home from work that night and I was like what if we just have sex every night for the next .and he was like, yeah, what if we do. So, so we did. Reporter: You're thinking -- Hit the lottery. I dropped pie bag out of shock. Reporter: Was it every night you're doing the deed? Yes. Reporter: Did you ever feel like I am just too tired today? Oh, absolutely. There were times where I would have to look in the bathroom Muir enand psych myself. You can do this and after two weeks, I -- Reporter: She wrote about it on her blog meg in progress. Really striking a cord with couples some calling her idea brilliant while others saying it's oversimplified. What do you think this did for your marriage. It added excitement. He would come home from work and come into the kitchen like pick me up and twirl me around. It felt like we were kids again. We got on the same team again. We did talk a lot more and became much more generous, less selfish. Reporter: Though they say they are no longer having sex every day. We still make it a point to be intimate every day whether it's hand holding or kissing. Something that's just her and I where we feel close no matter how long the day is. It's just us. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, Provo, Utah. Here with our relationship coach donna Barnes. We'll have this entire discussion and appropriate for morning television. Nobody is going to giggle. Yes. Well, actually I think this is a great way to recapture why you wanted to be together. When you first meet you can't keep your hands off each other and probably having sex every time you see each other. When you get in and start having a life really and you just take for granted that you've chosen this person and now you're with this but it's a big -- they don't want to turn them off. A bigger turnoff to not have sex with him because then he feels rejected and unwanted and then potentially looks somewhere else. That makes sense but we're see seeing every day. Could that signal a bigger problem. Yes, I mean if you look at it like you're being forced to do it. It's all about what you think about it. I think, a chore, I don't want to do it. Of course you won't. If you get excited and say this is great. The shared adventure. Yeah, exactly. And working out. You get in a habit. Yes, and -- The same cardiovascular benefits. And just do it. Like you do with working out. I'm a big fan of scheduling. George is sinking into his chair. He's thinking -- Ginger is newly married. Good to point out. For those of you who are, I think putting a conscious effort on it is really a way and rethink how you think about it. If you though that you're going to have it every night you can get yourself excited about it. If you like music and candle, at one point, he never likes candles or plays music, if you do that, if you like that, you do that and then you can enjoy it together. Excellent advice. Thank you, donna. Thank you.
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