If only marriage bloggers like me would tell people to give their spouse the sex they’re owed, maybe you’d be getting some. Here’s why I don’t.
help for sexless marriage
For a whole month, I’ve been tackling sexless marriages as the primary Q&A topic, not to mention a couple of other posts: Q&A with J: “My Sexless Marriage Is Making Me Lose My Faith in God” Is the Church Failing Sexless Marriages? Q&A with J: What Can I Do About My Sexless Marriage? Part 1
Welcome to my Thursday Q&A…on Saturday. Because Wednesday through Friday were Crazy Town in the Parker office, so I’m two days behind. Anyway, last week, I talked about addressing sexless marriage, or ones in which your libidos are highly mismatched. In that post, I suggested “if you want to make progress in a sexless marriage, you
So no one actually asked that question exactly as the title communicates. But it’s been asked of me, and several marriage bloggers I know, quite a few times. Too. Many. Times. You might be wondering how prevalent sexless marriages are. Someone asked this question in the comment thread of my last post (Is the Church
Sexual refusal is definitely a hot topic. I hear from varied voices on this sensitive subject. Some defend sexual refusal, stating that it’s horrible to suggest someone engage in sex just to please their partner. On other end are those who believe that not getting frequent sex is grounds for divorce. What’s the truth? Especially for those living