This book examined the associations between commitment, sexual satisfaction, and attachment to explore the mechanisms by which commitment is associated with sexual satisfaction. This study explored whether three pro-relationship sexual behaviors (disclosure of own needs, motivation to satisfy partner, and emotional bond) mediated the association between commitment and sexual satisfaction for securely and insecurely attached women. It was expected that the three pro-sexual relationship behaviors would mediate the relationship between commitment and sexual satisfaction for the securely attached individuals, but not for the insecurely attached individuals. The results indicated that women who reported being more committed in their relationship also reported an increased motivation to satisfy their partner and an emotional bond. Emotional connection did mediate the relationship between commitment and sexual satisfaction. Path analysis indicated that emotional connection mediates the relationship between commitment and sexual satisfaction, regardless of attachment style.