Complementary personalities? Check.
Sexual compatibility? Hold it.
A new BYU study found that couples that waited to have sex until they were married experienced higher levels of relational, communicational and sexual satisfaction later on, more so than those who dived into premarital physical intimacy.
"There was absolutely no support for this idea of sexual compatibility, that in any way it helps a relationship to be sexual early," said Dean Busby, BYU family life professor and lead author of the study.