Every time my husband wears a particular t-shirt, I think back to our first year of marriage. When we got married, I was working at the university we graduated from and my husband was starting his graduate degree there. We carpooled every day and ate lunch together. We loved being able to spend so much time together and easily could have become isolated in our newlywed bubble. Yet, that t-shirt and the memories associated with it are tied to someone we shared most of our social life with — our dear friend who was single at the time. The opportunity to spend our earliest days of marriage steeped in friendship with someone else had a positive effect on our marriage and the well-established friendship.
Wedding photographers see countless couples on their big day - and while documenting the whole affair, they get access to some quite intimate moments between two people who have just made a HUGE commitment and statement about their love. So, they are probably quite good at deciphering whether a couple seem in it for the long haul, right? Well, that's what the people of Reddit reckoned, which led to this thread on whether wedding photographers can tell whether a couple is going to last or not, and if so, how? And it wasn't just photographers, other people in the wedding industry who are equally privy to how a couple behave offered their two cents to the list.
Of course you should strive to try new things and shake it up , but if you know what does the trick, it can be an incentive to hop in bed. Not every sexual encounter needs to be about new lingerie and out-of-the-box sex toys. Old Faithful can be a thing we all appreciate, you know?