Often men see sex as a reward, even when it’s not intended for one. Conversely, if they don’t have sex, sometimes they feel punished, or that they failed at something. Why is this? I think there are three reasons.
The Bible uses marriage as a metaphor for God’s relationship with us many times. I think there’s a good reason for it. In this podcast episode, I discuss my belief that all the do’s and don’ts, both in marriage, and in the Bible, point to one thing: the relationship.
A couple of years ago I got a message from a reader who was beside herself with unfounded fears that her husband was no longer attracted to her. She hadn’t asked him. She had no indication that he wasn’t, but she had this deep seated fear that he wasn’t.
I didn’t have much time this week to record, so this is a very short podcast episode to let you know about our marriage challenge this week to help you break out of a sexual rut, as well as our new product: The Spice Jar – A printable game to help you change things up in the bedroom tonight.
I once heard it said that the definition of conflict is two people in the same ZIP code. Well, in marriage the people are a lot closer than that, and this inevitably spawns conflict. Now, conflict isn’t bad, in fact, it can be good and healthy. Conflict forces us to grow, to see another person’s perspective, to seek unselfish solutions. But, if conflict is dealt with in an unhealthy manner, then it can be damaging.
Sexual awakenings are a point where a low-drive, gatekeeper or refusing spouse suddenly realizes that
Let’s face it, Christianity is not the perfect religion we like to make it out
A few years ago, I wrote a post called 16 Confessions of a Marriage Sex
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Valentine’s day is just around the corner. Only a few days left in fact. If
Men are often accused of compartmentalized lives, and for the most part it’s true. Most