Are there things you have to do to keep interest in your spouse? Here are 7 tips to help you stay interested and renew attraction in your spouse.
A reader asks what happens to our souls when we have sex? This question betrays a common misunderstanding of what a soul is. Let’s dig into what the Bible says.
This is the third and final part of our January anonymous questions Have A Question page.
If you heard the previous two parts of these questions, I was trying to sort the questions by topic. Today we’re tackling some questions about sex drive, and then a bunch that didn’t fit into any nice categories.
Is hetero anal sex new & other questions about anal sex. Factors in orgasm ability. Can women learn to ejaculate? Can kegels lead to vaginal orgasms? Can men be multi-orgasmic? Are my PC muscles too strong?
Well, here we are, another month nearly gone, and another pile of questions from our anonymous Have A Question page begging for answers. In fact, I got so many in January, it took me nearly all month to write answers for them, and it’s going to take me a little longer to record podcast episodes, but I am working on it. So, this is just Part 1 of the January responses.
Before we get to those though, I want to mention a few things.
I was working on a post answering a question on penis size and decided it was the perfect time to put out a new survey. In this survey, we’re asking questions about breast and penis sizes, shapes, and some other things to see what their impact on sexual enjoyment is.
Did you ever play the game “memory” or “concentration” as a child or maybe with your children? Or maybe you new it by another name. You put cards or tiles face down on the table and took turns turning them over, trying to find matches.For this Valentine’s Day we decided to make an adult version of this game to play with your spouse that can also be used as foreplay.
It’s been a busy couple of months for our Have A Question page, so I thought I’d get some of these answers out so they don’t pile up too much. If you have a question you’d like answered anonymously, you can ask it there, or just email me at email@example.com (which I prefer) so we can actually get a discussion going and some more context.
Alright, it’s been a couple months, so time for another roundup of the anonymous questions I’ve received. If you want to submit your own question, you can do so here. Or, of course, you can always just email me at Jay@UncoveringIntimacy.com.
You remember having advent calendars as a kid? Every day you get a chocolate, or a toy or something. For nearly a whole month, every day there was something exciting to look forward to the next day.
Holidays don’t exactly feel that way for us adults anymore do they? Well, I wanted to try and recapture that feeling.
Being a marriage and sex blogger/podcaster/coach sort of ruins you for books on the topic. Not that we’ve learned everything. It’s just that, well, everything has been discussed before. Often we’ll have to read an entire book to pick up one or two new tidbits.