I am writing this article from my years of experiences in my marriage and things that I did that completely changed Amy’s and my relationship. I understand there is not a “one size fits all” that works for everyone, but if you implement these things, I promise you your marriage and sex life change in a good way. I also acknowledge that this article is similar to other articles and podcasts we have done, but as men, it takes a long time for us to “get” things. 😉
1. Communicate and connect emotionally with your wife:
There are so many positive impacts of having more frequent sex. More frequency in sexual activity can have such positive benefits such as lower blood pressure, reduced stress, better overall intimacy both emotionally and physically, and even lower divorce rates among couples having more intimacy. There is no magic number of course, when it comes to the ideal sexual intimacy… but there are MANY benefits from having more sexual intimacy!
Physical Benefits of Increased Sexual Intimacy
Better shape physically: Because sex is a form of exercise, sexual activity is equal to moderate physical activities...
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Coconut Oil Body Oil
The first thing that we wanted to add was the coconut oil. The best part about this massage oil is that it is coconut oil which is all natural. The plus also is that it smells like the beach! Amazing.
Lube is so important for Sex and what most men don’t realize is that Lube can be used from the very start of foreplay. Using...
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Often when I am talking with couples they use the words “intimacy” and “sex” interchangeably. In the past as a counselor, I have done the same thing. The problem is that “intimacy” and “sex” are not the same thing and I needed to know how to communicate that distinction clearly if I was to expect couples to understand the differences.
Intimacy can certainly lead to sex but it can stand on its own as something that draws a couple closer together. Communication can be intimate. Praying together can be...