Both of these posts are relevant for conversation in everyday life, but one idea that has been tough for me over the years is how to talk with my guy specifically about sex.
Sex is a doorway to intimacy, physically, spiritually and emotionally. But it can also be quite awkward to talk about. Especially if there are hang-ups like lack of desire, feelings of inadequacy, insecurity, anger or hurt.
This article answers serious questions about how to communicate your sexual needs in a healthy way, and explains why your spiritual health is directly linked to sexual health.
The author also talks about some of the reasons you or your husband may not be interested in sex, and what to do about it, in order to enjoy deeper levels of intimacy.
I’m praying for God’s very best in my marriage, and praying for His best in YOURS, too.
I’d be so honored if you would share your favorite post from this series on Facebook or Twitter to get the word out about how to grow a mind-blowing marriage!
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On another note, I am halfway through this “Valentine’s Month” challenge. It’s been quite an adventure. At the end of the month, I plan to share things I’ve learned as I’ve stepped out to love my guy well.
But FIRST, is there anything YOU would like to see written about in the two final weeks of this series? I’d be so interested in hearing from you!
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What have been the most helpful ideas, and on what topics do you want to hear more?
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