I think sometimes we confuse relief with enjoyment, especially when it comes to sex. I think this gets confused by both high-drive and low-drive spouses, and I don’t think we tend to reflect on that much. So, I thought I’d take a second to try
So, I sat down to write a post this morning on my morning commute, as it my habit, and just couldn’t get into anything. The truth is, I’m pre-occupied. So, I thought I’d write a little post just to share what’s going on in our
Well, here we are with the final challenge for our year of marriage challenges. To finish it off, my last challenge is to have sex seven days in a row! So, why would you want to do this?
W ow, two weeks left in our year of marriage challenges! If you’re just joining us, don’t worry, we’ll be releasing them all as a resource later on. During the year I’ve challenged you to have sex: In the bathroom In the kitchen In the
This is another topic I’ve been avoiding for a while. I mean, people get upset enough when I mention anal sex. But to talk about kissing or licking the anus … well, I’m bracing myself for the comments. But, no one is talking about this
I can’t tell you how many couples don’t talk when things are bad. They just keep silent expecting … I don’t know what. I guess they expect that their spouse will get the hint and change. The problem is that sometimes the issue isn’t the
Alright, today we’re going to talk a bit about the dual control model of sexual arousal. I think people probably know this inherently, but sometimes it’s good to put things on paper, as it were, to make them clear. So, the dual control model of