.....Because being the good girl is just so overrated
I'd rather have chemistry. The best relationship I ever had involved really bad sex but none stop laughter. My ex and never wanted to be apart- in fact we broke up because I couldn't give him all of my time any more. In the end I can always take care of business on my own, but I can't have chemistry alone!
Chemistry is a tricky thing,but I go for chemistry. My first marriage had neither good chemistry or great sex but the bad chemistry did more damage. But I also dated a woman that we had great sexual chemistry but not much else. That got old after. Now my wife and I have a great balance but it is based on great chemistry, not just great sex
Karen -I wholeheartedly agree with that one. When you have that chemistry with someone you can improvise with other aspects of your sexual life. I am sorry to hear that with the guy. Maybe your paths will intertwine again. Tim -To have neither great sex or chemistry must have been hard. Not to mention toxic. As for marriage now I think that is what it boils down to. Balance is the key!
I am not sure if the question can be answered so simply. Sounds like a great blog question, though. Perhaps I will write a post on it Monday.
Leesa-Be sure to get back to me on that!
In my experience, you cannot have one without the other. great post.
...loveMaegan~That is awesome glad to hear that you have had both. Thanks for stopping by!