This month, the Christian Marriage Bloggers Association, of which I am a member, is hosting a challenge to bloggers. 4 topics to write about during the month of October. Unfortunately, I found out about it a little late, so I’m a bit delayed, but, nevertheless, I’m going to participate. This first topic is “Words and Wisdom From Family”.
Every survey we run, I get a certain question in the comments. It comes in different ways. How can I orgasm, how can I get my wife to orgasm, why can’t I orgasm, what do other wives do to orgasm, what do husbands do to their their wives to orgasm, and many other permutations. So, I thought I’d run a survey just to answer the question. I also spent some time picking up a new skill that I hope will help people assimilate the data better. I would love to know what you think. Anyways, on to our very first SexWithinMarriage.com Infographic! Continue reading
While this survey is specifically designed to find answers for women, I’ve designed the survey so that husbands can answer the questions too.
I get a few people every month asking how they can orgasm, if they are women, or, if they are men, how to help their wife achieve orgasm. So, since I only have one wife, I am asking for your assistance in this. While I have some theoretical knowledge that may help, I think it would be wise to get some practical experience from other wives and husbands. Thank you in advance for your data.
So, this past week we ran a survey. Basically I was curious about how different working combinations in a marriage play out in terms of sexual frequency. Again, as always not that sex is the end all and be all of marriage, or that frequency is the best measure, but it’s the most objective, quantitative barometer of a marriage that I have. If there is another, please let me know.
I was really curious to see how the data would stack up against the traditional/conservative few of “Husbands work, wives stay home and raise the kids” vs the postmodern/liberal view of “Gender is a thing of the past, anyone can do anything”. I hope you are as curious as I was. So, without further ado, here are the results. Continue reading
There is a common joke in married circles about “sleeping on the couch”. It typically refers to a husband being sent to go sleep on the couch, because he has done something to offend his wife and she has decided he cannot sleep in their marital bed as punishment. Sadly, I know it happens in many marriages. There are a few problems with this occurrence, and I want to take a quick post to point them out.
In marriage many arguments and hurt feelings are based on expectations. These expectations can come from a variety of sources and can present in a variety of forms. Expectations aren’t necessarily bad, but unspoken expectations are dangerous, particularly when you believe there is an agreement in place, or an understanding about expectations. One form of these is the so called covert contract. Continue reading