For most people, sex takes place in the bedroom in the evening. But now days, there are so many distractions and things that have moved into the bedroom that keep couples from connecting emotionally and sexually. Many people dont realize this is even happening, but after reading this article, you will probably see a lot of things you can implement to help increase the emotional and sexual intimacy in your relationship. Here are the 8 routines couples can implement to help them connect before going to bed.
We’ve all heard that sex is good for our health. But did you know it’s also good for your marriage?
Sex is a basic human need and plays a critical role in keeping couples satisfied, connected and happy. For many couples, however, sex becomes less frequent over time.
But the benefits of regular sexual intimacy are numerous — from reducing stress and improving sleep to strengthening emotional bonds and boosting your immune system.
Sexual intimacy can be an important part of maintaining a strong relationship when you’re married.
It’s also a vital part of being happy as...
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...
Podcast episode 34 Ultimate Intimacy with Monica Tanner
When I was 12 years old, my parents got a divorce and I became immediately obsessed with what makes a marriage strong and lasting.
As a 12 year old, I literally used to go around and observe my friend’s parents who were married and I was like “okay what are the secrets here? What keeps a couple strong and lasting in marriage?”
I studied it in college, sociology and child development and family studies with the intention of of going into social work and really working with couples and...
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