We’ll Have Sex More Often After…
Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012
We'll have sex more often
...after we get used to being married.
...after we aren't so tired with the newborn.
...after we are more established in our jobs.
Yes, we'll have sex more often
...after we get the babies into preschool.
...after we get our finances in order.
...after we remodel the house.
For sure, we will have more sex more often
...after we get the attic cleaned out.
...after we get the landscaping done.
...after we aren't so busy with the kids' activities.
I'm certain we will have sex more often
...after the kids are done with high school.
...after football season.
...after we adjust to the work promotion.
Obviously we will have sex more often
...after we put the kids through college.
...after we enjoy their weddings.
...after we've saved enough for retirement.
I imagine we will have sex more often
...after we have cared for our elderly parents.
...after we downsize to a smaller house.
...after we aren't so busy with the grandkids.
Have you been waiting until "after" something else before you get around to nurturing sexual intimacy in your marriage?
Tender, sacred and passionate sex shouldn't be put on indefinite hold.
You may arrive after decades of "doing life together," only to discover you are out of time to embrace all that sex could have meant to your marriage.
What an unfortunate and tragic regret that will be.
Copyright 2012, Julie Sibert. Intimacy in Marriage Blog.
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