Both of us prefer to put a different spin on the word "compromise" which sounds like we're giving up something.
We court each other, like we did when we first met.
At 19 years, we're pretty much steady at once or twice a week. We're pretty romantic with each other on a daily basis, which fuels desire. It also creates an atmosphere of lusting anticipation, which in turn fuels the romantic. The resulting tryst has always been ecstatic.
At the other end of the spectrum there is the over-sating of sex, which can cause a dissatisfaction of a different type; boredom, mechanical love-making, ennui and then the craving for someone different. Here's our chocolate cake theory:
We both love chocolate cake.
If it's not readily available we both crave it incessantly.
Now if I was to fill the freezer with 100 of 'em, and serve it up twice a day, you can bet after a month or two we'd be flipping out at the smell of pie, or cinnamon buns etc.
PS If your drive is such that you're uncomfortable, take a look at your hand; it knows what to do better than anyone else.