All My Past Posts…

Sometimes people ask me about different topics and whether I’ve written about them before.

There is a search button in the right side bar, which is on every page (scroll down a little bit). You can enter a word and it will pull up posts that contain that word.

Or you can go to a page I have where all my past posts are listed by year.  You can check that out at this page.

Hope this is helpful!

Copyright 2014, Julie Sibert. Intimacy in Marriage Blog.

4 thoughts on “All My Past Posts…

  1. Elizabeth Hollier says:

    Have you abandoned your blog? I discovered it in the last 6 months and was overwhelmed by the sheer number of posts and great info and advice bit in the last 6 months those posts have trickled to almost none other than a few about your book. Yours is the first I look at each morning and check throughout the day for new posts but most of the days I am sadly disappointed. 🙁 🙁 But really love your posts and sense of humor and good advice. It speaks to my heart. I hope all is well with you as I certainly understand that life gets in the way. God Bless and I hope you revive your fabulous blog!

  2. JulieSibert says:

    @Elizabeth Hollier… thank you for your kind words about my blog! I certainly haven’t abandoned it. I’m just in a busy season of life, as my oldest plays baseball, my youngest swims, and of course my priority is my husband, kiddos, etc. I also take care of my mother-in-law, so I’m in that sandwich generation.

    I would love to write everyday (maybe multiple times a day), but that’s just not possible in this season. Someday though!

    Thanks again for your kind words!

  3. eammon says:

    Thanks for your continued writings about marriage and sex. They are truly worthwhile reading for those of us who want to know more about those topics from a Christian perspective. But most of all thanks for your courage to write about those things make many of us a bit uncomfortable or awkward. Sex is not easy to talk about whether with a spouse or online. Your website makes it much more comfortable to discuss and without the fear of judgment or criticism.

  4. anonymous says:

    My wife would never read this blog, but it is really helpful to try to figure out the continual mystery of women, how they think, etc. I am happily married, but I guess I long for a connection that would allow a blog like this to be read and discussed by happily married couples. I check for new posts multiple times each week, but I agree–you have to put your own family first, or you lose resonance. I can really tell you have walked the walk you talk in your blog.

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