Month: April 2014

Lighten Up! And Laugh a Little about Sex

When it comes to the marital bedroom, I honestly believe a lot of us church folks need to lighten up and learn to enjoy a smile, a chuckle, and even a big belly laugh. We can get so tightly wound about sexual issues and challenges that we fail to see the funny involved in this gift …

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Special Occasion Sex: Do You Have It?

It’s a special day in my house. I’m not sharing which one, but you know how it is — it could be a birthday, a wedding anniversary, a milestone for your marriage, or a day to remember something special from your past. And it seems right somehow to have sex on that day. Because you …

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Is Depression Impacting Your Sexual Intimacy?

Being completely transparent here, I’ve had a personal struggle with depression. For whatever reason, my physiology tends toward depression when stressors congregate in my life. I’ve previously described the one time in my life when my sex life sucked, and looking back I suspect mild postpartum depression played a role. I’ve had a couple of …

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Two to Tango, Two to Change Your Sexual Intimacy

Some wives admit to mishandling sexual intimacy in their marriage and now want to make a change. In fact, they’ve started changing. They are approaching the marriage bed with a better attitude and attempting to make behavioral adjustments that show a greater willingness to work on physical intimacy. So why isn’t it working? Why is …

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How to Talk about Sexual Problems with Your Spouse

So you see sex differently in your marriage? So at least one of you is incredibly frustrated? You know you need to talk, but you’re nervous about bringing it up or simply can’t imagine how another conversation won’t become another argument. I can’t give you a “Guaranteed to Work or Your Money Back” promise, but …

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