I’m spending Thursdays giving you an overview of chapters of my book Pursuit of Passion: Discovering True Intimacy in Your Marriage. If you missed chapters that have already been reviewed, you can find those posts at this page.
In the preceding chapters, we’ve tried to lay the groundwork for helping a couple build amazing intimacy. In chapter 4, we dig into specifics that will help a newly-married couple especially get their intimacy off to a healthy start.
Men and women do not always view sex the same (I know. Shocker, right?!). We point out some more common differences in this regard — all with the goal of encouraging a couple to communicate about their intimacy.
And of course in this chapter we offer several tips on what can help a couple’s wedding night and honeymoon be a positive sexual experience more so than a bewildering or frustrating one.
We wrap up the chapter introducing this idea that a married couple can develop their own sexual style and way of relating to each other intimately.
As with all the chapters in the book, we offer a few questions at the end of the chapter to help generate good dialogue between a husband and wife about sexual intimacy. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the book is an ideal gift for an engaged or newly-married couple, but no doubt anyone who is married could gain some helpful insights.
Want to know more? You can check out our book website or go straight to Amazon. And definitely keep coming back on subsequent Thursdays as I unpack additional chapters.
For more reading, cruise through my list of past posts. as well as my page with a bunch of posts on orgasm.
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