Our generation — hell, probably every generation — puts too much emphasis on sex.
I understand sex is a big part of any successful relationship.
In fact, one couple comes to mind that had similar stats as you described, though they did not live far apart – probably only a 10 mile drive from one another.
He continues to come over during the week and still contacts me daily. I have known people who started out dating casually and ended up as a committed, exclusive couple.It's rushing into that stops you from creating real love. It's allowing your mind wander to its brightest and most romantic corners.It's imagining things about a person that probably aren't even true. We are so hellbent on finding love that we start labeling anything that closely resembles love as love itself.But then when the pressure is on, we don’t really know what the fuck that really means. Do we need to revert to using the baseball analogy?By the time I’m half undressed I have a hard time expressing exactly what I want and how.