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Should You Give Up Sex for Lent?

As people consider giving up something for Lent, some couples may be asking, “Should we give up sex for Lent?” Dr. Greg Smalley, Vice President of Marriage at Focus on the Family, shares why sex is such an important part of marriage and asks couples to consider whether they’re having enough sex before thinking about giving up sex for Lent.

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