intimacy and romance
Is the high note of your Sunday mornings a flirty exchange of musical puns with the worship leader? On Monday, does playful banter with your coworker make overtime a little less onerous?
Whoever says flirting needs to stop when marriage starts is so wrong.
Date night. That weekly appointment you have with your spouse as a means of keeping things fresh. You go out to dinner, you go see a movie and you find just enough energy to get out of the house for a couple of hours.
What’s it mean to “kiss like you’re married”? A routine, lifeless, cool peck? Or a passionate, erotic, steamy smooch? Give your spouse and yourself the gift of exhilarating intimacy, in and out of the bedroom. Learn the whys and hows of kissing your way toward a spicier marriage.
Question: Our sex life has really gone south since our two children were born. My wife is always afraid of being “heard” or “interrupted” in the act. Again and again she rebuffs my advances by asking, “What if the kids walked in?” How can we be intimate and keep up a healthy sex life with children in the house?
Question: Sex is becoming a serious source of frustration in our marriage. My wife would probably be content to have intercourse once a month. Needless to say, I don’t understand her feelings and I can't possibly be satisfied with such an arrangement. Is she abnormal, or am I some kind of pervert? Is there any way to resolve this conflict?