Each Monday for a while, I will be responding to questions posed in my Q&A with J at HHH post. In the past couple of weeks, I received five comments from wives saying that they have a higher sex drive than their husbands. Rather than print the entirety of their comments here, this is the […]
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Those of you who read my blog often know that I have a tender spot for higher-drive wives. They aren’t the majority of wives, but rather represent 15-30% of marriages. However, that’s still millions of women! And unfortunately, a lot of marriage resources presume a higher-drive husband and a lower-drive wife, leaving couples that don’t
Why don’t lower desire husbands share about their experience? Here are 4 reasons why and how we can open up real conversation.
As J. Parker goes through a season of low-to-no sex drive, she shares what it feels like. And how to have a good sex life anyway.
Higher desire spouses want sex all the time, right? Nope. Here are 9 reasons why a higher desire mate might pass.
What can you do to make it more likely your spouse will say yes to sex? J. Parker gives 6 tips to inspire your beloved toward physical intimacy.
J answers a lower drive husband’s question on how to negotiate sex drive differences in their marriage. Who gets to decide?
Wives, do you hesitate to speak up for yourself and what you want? Do you lack boldness in your bedroom? Here’s why YOUR voice matters.
Have you heard the saying that, when it comes to sexual intimacy, “Men are microwaves, women are crockpots?” The message is that men heat up quickly, while women take longer to warm up and reach readiness. Now some have argued this is a poor analogy since it assumes the woman will heat up, which isn’t