- 7 years ago
- Wedding: August 2012
@mistress_anne: +1 I was going to say the same thing, but you worded it much better :p
Everyone is different, and some people don’t prioritize sex as much as others. Lack of sex does not neccesarily lead to cheating. If physicality is a priority, then this may be the case for some. But it is not impossible to see two people who do not prioritize sex to find each other, love each other, marry each other, and be happy with each other. You can go through spans of having no sex or less than ideal sex, and still be so much more than just “best friends.” Communication is absolutely the key.
Also, I’d just like to throw in that addiction is not neccesarily a lost cause… people do recover. But I agree that that person does need to have the drive within themselves to get better and stay better. It cannot just be the burden of the spouse or SO of the person with the addiction, it has to be a joint effort between them. Just my 2 cents…