Do you believe couples who live together have less passionate/romantic nights than those who don't?
A tale of two couples: One couple lives together and are involved with day to day activities of running their household. They're in bed together every night. Another couple lives an hour apart and takes turns packing a bag and visiting each other overnight (Tues. Thurs. and weekends consisting of Sat/Sun leaving Monday morning) to go to work. Essentially they spend 4 nights out of 7 together. The host generally makes plans to entertain the visitor and make the most of their time together. Which couple do you believe in a typical week will have more nights of passion and why?
I suspect they enjoy less passion. I know from statistical proof that when they do marry, they more often divorce than couples who have not lived together before marriage. No judgment. Just stats.
Kathleen, There is statistical proof that (women) initiate 66% or 2/3rds of all divorces in the U.S. but I wouldn't say all men should marry men. People file for divorce when "deal breakers" arise like cheating, abuse, neglect, or grown apart.
I don't think so, because the couple who live together have to spent so much time together while in stead of those who don't live together only meet on some special conditions. But if it is look about the romantic sense then it will be same for both conditions.One thing to be remember, both should be fine to spent time together.
Don't believe that for a moment. Married 31 years, together for 36, and the romance and passion is stronger each year. It's all about intimacy, and not just sexual intimacy, but physical intimacy that is not sexual, emotional, intellectual, spiritual and 'difficult' intimacy. When all of these come together in the sexual act, the passion and closeness go far, far beyond what simple sex can do.
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