It's taken a bit of brain re-wiring to be able to accept that it’s OK that our relationship doesn’t fit into other people's prescribed notions for what a marriage looks like—but it doesn't have to.
Guys, ever caught a small glimpse of your friend’s cleavage while she bent low to pick something up? Or perhaps, felt his raging hard on by accident when you brushed your arm against his pants?
It took me a long time—years of us very, very rarely having sex—to work up the courage to broach the subject.This Friday is my next trip; it's circled on my calendar, and I get a surge of excitement every time I see it." height="191" src="//img-s-msn-com.akamaized.net/tenant/amp/entityid/BBEBfo Z.img? The longer we were together, the less often we had sex.h=191&w=300&m=6&q=60&o=f&l=f&x=463&y=323" width="300" / It wasn’t a conscious decision. Weeks turned into months, and eventually I realized we were only having sex on special occasions.[Read: Sneaky ways to kiss a friend accidentally and get away with it] How to see a friend naked Hoping for sneak peeks or stolen glimpses doesn’t make you a perv. [Read: What do you do when you like a friend’s girlfriend?] If we can’t see something, we want to see it more than ever.