A sex therapist's best advice for making a marriage more passionate is decidedly unsexy

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    • Ashley Madison is a website for married people seeking affairs. Sex therapist Tammy Nelson is its resident relationship expert.
    • Nelson said many people wind up cheating on their partners because they lack passion in their marriage.
    • That's why Nelson recommends having an "affair" with your spouse, meaning you put in the effort to add something forbidden or exciting into your romantic life.
    • However: You have to plan it.

    Here's the fantasy.

    You come home to your partner, "sweep the dishes off the kitchen table, and say, 'Oh my god, take me now.'"
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