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As long as people do it safely, having a lot of pyschologically and physically healthy sex can be a wonderful thing, says Stephen Snyder , ., a sex therapist based in New York City—“that is, if it's taking you someplace special and making you feel good about yourself,” Snyder says. “But if it's not doing anything special for you, and not making you feel good about yourself, then it's not likely to have much of a positive impact on your life, and may have a negative impact. Again, it's the quality, not the quantity, that's important."