There's no such thing as a normal sex drive — it can vary so much from person to person. But sex drives can still be a tricky area, especially if yours and your partner's don't match up. "A healthy sex drive is different for each person," Amy Levine, sex coach and founder of Ignite Your Pleasure, tells Bustle. "Overall, it's when we feel balanced in our desire (it feels good to us, as opposed to something being off whether too high or low) and sexually fulfilled whether it's alone or with a partner."
It's easy to do if you both tend to want sex as frequently as each other, but if one of you has a higher sex drive than the other then how can you make it work? Well, luckily a bunch of Reddit users with the same problem decided to share their ways of keeping both parties happy and satisfied. And it's encouraging, because it shows that there are so many different ways of finding a happy medium between two parties. There are plenty of different ways to compromise out there, so if it feels like you and your partner are struggling, don't be afraid to try something totally different. Here's what people found worked for them: