Is sex supposed to be an activity for married couples or a voluntary act of love? I mean why would one need to be pushed to have sex in marriage?
Why would one stop the spontaneity of the act of showing love to each other until there is an appointment?
On Heidi Murkoff’s podcast ‘What To Expect’, Tia Mowry-Hardrict revealed that she schedules sex with her husband, actor Cory Hardrict.
The Hardricts, who have a two-year-old daughter, Cairo Tiahna, and a nine-year-old son Cree Taylor, have been married for 12 years, and Tia kept it all the way real about motherhood and being a wife.
Tia got candid when speaking on balancing her husband and naturally tending to her kids. She even mentioned that it was important to focus on her marriage and not just her kids so that her husband isn’t neglected.
When bringing up the subject of intimacy, Heidi told Tia,
“We had to have sex once a week. That was the rule in our house because otherwise, we wouldn’t get around to it.” Tia replied, “Heidi, this is the first time where I’m admitting it: We do too. When I was younger, and when I would hear that, I’d be like, ‘Why do you have to do that?’ But like you said, you do — especially with kids and with work and all that.”
Tia continued saying, “You have to make sure that it’s not neglected in any kind of way.”
It’s all about finding the perfect balance for you and your household. Would y’all be opposed to scheduling sex with your spouse?