Wedding & Marriage Tip: Loving & Friendship Balance?
This could be a thorny but serious subject and one you may want to read into, alone, on the internet yourself. As each of us are very different individuals, we may well have very different priorities. It appears surprisingly commonplace for couples to get on great as friends and companions, yet have imbalances in other areas such as sexual interest/ frequency/ physical intimacy. This may not matter -
About Marriage adds: Many of our readers who posted about living without sex would agree with Krasnow's beliefs that you "cannot invent chemistry" and "Sex does not get better with time if you never had the spark in the first place".
A 2005 survey revealed that 88% of marriages felt they had too infrequent sex. This is a huge proportion. Clearly there are serious issues a great many couples are having with Sexual frequency in marriage. Are you similarly matched in libido (high, low, or middling)? If there is an imbalance now (or later) rather than ignore this potential incompatibility, this tricky subject may merit some careful thought and open discussion between you.