Your Chance to Win My 5-Video Series on Better Sex in Marriage

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better-sex-in-marriage-giveawayUPDATE: This contest is now closed. I have picked two winners as of 10 pm 4/24/20. Thank you to all who commented and gave me more blog topics!

Thanks to the generous donation of a married couple who follows my blog, I am giving away free electronic access to TWO winners for my 5-video series on Better Sex in Your Christian Marriage.

Wow! Do you want a chance to win?!! Keep reading! 

The generous couple reached out to me from the great state of Arizona and said they appreciate what I do—and they wanted to pay it forward. Woot! Woot!

If you are curious about what my 5-video series includes, you can find out all the details at this link. There are five video sessions, downloadable PDFs and MORE!

If you want to be considered in the drawing, please read the below CLOSELY:

1. Comment on this blog post indicating a topic you would love to see me address in my blog.

2. When you comment, you don’t have to use your real name, but please give a valid email address. This won’t show up publicly in the comment section, but it will be how I reach out to you should I draw your name.

3. Make sure you comment by 10 PM CST, Friday, April 24, 2020.

4. IMPORTANT: Because of the amount of spam I get in comments, I do moderate them. This means that I have to approve them manually before they appear. It’s really just a formality, but don’t panic if you don’t see your comment appear right away.

5. One entry per valid email address.

At 10 PM on April 24, 2020, I will add up the total number of comments I received. Of that total number, I will randomly choose two numbers in that range, and whichever comments correspond to those two numbers will be the winners!! Yeah!

So feel free to comment on this post and you could be one of two winners of free access to my 5-video series on Better Sex in your Christian marriage!

And a big THANK YOU to the couple in Arizona that sees value in investing in me and in other married couples!

For more reading, you can cruise through my list of past posts, as well as my page with a bunch of posts on orgasm.

And I have a 5 video series available on building better sex in your marriage. Great way to invest in your marriage!  You can find out all about it at this link:  Better Sex in Your Christian Marriage.

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40 thoughts on “Your Chance to Win My 5-Video Series on Better Sex in Marriage

  1. Julia says:

    A topic I’d love to see is
    How to Heal Our Sex Life and Feel Comfortable Together Again
    After years of “rejection” and arguing.

    In other words, how to fix a sex life which caused hurt and rejection and other relationship issues like anger and unkindness which causes lack of sex etc. It’s a cycle I’d like to 🛑 stop in our marriage of 25 years.

    Many many times over the years we both considered divorce. We’d both like peace and to see it stop. I’m the “oversexed” one that’s been accused of having a “problem” that I need to solve.

    (I had many affairs 10 years ago but that’s not the case anymore. I’m a Christian woman who’s doing her best. I do struggle with alcohol and am in AA. I used alcohol to deal with anxiety, stress, pain both emotional and physical as I have spine issues, and hurt from rejection in the marriage.)

    I’m sure I’m not alone in a mess like this.

  2. Jim Kimes says:

    I would like to see something on how to get stuff out in the open without causing hurt feelings

  3. Jacqueline says:

    First of all, thank you for your blog! I read every one that arrives by email. I’d love to see blogs on talking with your spouse about new ideas for those of us who’ve been married a long time (over 30 yrs) – when you know it would be a really sensitive topic with your spouse! Thank you!

  4. Chris Hulson says:

    Love this idea. Could you address differences in desire between spouses at different times of life.

  5. Jayne says:

    I’m new to Intimacy in Marriage and have loved what I have read so far. I would like to see things on how to show my husband that I am a safe place for intimacy. Also, what to do when I get rejected for intimacy.

  6. Cal says:

    How to deal with a spouse whose desire for sex has been removed due to depression medication (over 25 years). My desire has been increased due to parkinson’s MEDS.

  7. Scott says:

    I’d like to see more posts for husbands on to be gracious and patient with low-drive/refuser wives to give them space to learn to be free, and advice for wives on how to lovingly react to husbands when they want to say know but don’t want to be hurtful.

  8. Troy says:

    What an awesome thing for those folks to do! Thanks to them and also to you Julie! How about a post of your recommended bedroom toys. Push that comfort zone! 😉

  9. Holyterror says:

    How about revisiting “shared responsibilities of initiating sexual in marriage “?

    Great work here, every day!

  10. Willie says:

    Great blog. As a man who is married to a once high drive wife now low and reluctant one, I sometimes ask my wife to read your blog. Although we have had problems in the last year, things are getting better. I’d like to see a blog on foreplay, maybe some detailed tips to try out or even why foreplay is important. My wife just wants PIV then we are done, no kissing (except a peck on the lips after), no foreplay, nothing. She doesn’t believe in the G spot or that her clitoris is the key to pleasure. Any helpful hints would be great! Keep up the good work!

  11. Alana says:

    My husband would like me to initiate sex more often. Especially since quarantine started, between work, caring for our home responsibilities, crisis schooling the children and everything else on my plate, I’m having a very difficult time even finding time to try to switch gears in my brain to even think about sex, let alone getting in a sexy state of mind to initiate. Any tips on how to balance it all and satisfy that need my husband is having would be appreciated.

  12. Renee says:

    I’d love for you to blog about sex with older kids and teens in the house. It’s not as easy to slip away for sex without them knowing/ hearing. I want them to know married sex is something to look forward to, but how do we do that without seeming totally weird?

  13. Anon says:

    For whatever reason my wife is mentally ambivalent towards sex. Sex is frequent but feels like it’s just for me. So it’s a case of low-drive spouse who is generous to the high-drive spouse, but without any erotic ambition for her own pleasure. She orgasms every time from manual stimulation but even that feels like it’s just for me. I want to rock her world but she just doesn’t seem interested in what sex could be for her. So the topic is, how to help a low-drive spouse who has buy-in on putting out to desire the next level.

  14. Kent says:

    I would really like you to discuss in your blog why some wives insist on being “Gatekeepers” when it comes to sex in marriage and how we as husbands can let them know how much that hurts us. I know that in my marriage, my wife always has the final say on if and when we have sex. It is a sore topic in our marriage and one t issue that we cannot seem to resolve.

  15. Jeff says:

    Julie, always a great read! I would like to see a blog on how to get a low drive spouse to actually do the things they read and make the changes needed to improve the marriage. To see that selfishness and thinking oh sex is not important to me hurts both sides of the equation…. Thanks for all your hard work and hopefully your “situation” that has been causing you grief ends or improves soon.

  16. Jennifer says:

    Thank you for your work! I’d like to see a blog post on previous marriages and sex lives affecting current. How do you overcome feelings of inadequacy from a previous spouse?

  17. Cassandra says:

    I can never read enough about maintaining a strong intimate relationship in the midst of parenting young kids and also how to have conversations about sex with our children.

  18. Courtney says:

    I would love to see articles on keeping a marriage thriving after years together! Thank you for offering the give away!

  19. Not given says:

    Something on gatekeeping and what constant rejection does in marriage.

    She wants nice but is never nice sexually. It is hard to keep running at the football when she keeps pulling it away.

  20. Wayne says:

    Can you have a topic on what rejection does in a marriage. My wife and I have been married for six years and we have been dealing with this issue for the last few years. Also, could being rejected many, many times lead to anger and hostility?

  21. David says:

    This is good stuff!!!
    How about discussing how spouses can get inside one another’s mind and emotionally connect.
    I wrote a recent response on family member’s FB page about what really matters in a relationship. Communication.
    (which can make the clothes miraculously fall off, with no hands)

    “Turning what should be thought provoking discussions into verbal sparring matches (yelling or saying something mean) is dangerous in a relationship, When we step on the gas pedal when the light is yellow and run a red light, we get into accidents and injured, right?
    It comes down to how we think, not how society has mentored us to think. A couple can decide in advance to “immediately” put the brakes on when the discussion begins to turn “yellow” and agree that one or the other can say “we agreed not to talk like this”. In the end compromises are discovered much sooner, which can mutually stimulate the mind and trigger emotional connection”.

  22. Kent says:

    I would love to see a discussion on how to go about more aggressive intercourse. It’s something so many enjoy, and I do too, and I think encouragement on how to approach it would be good to talk about, as I think it’s a place many couple would like to go but maybe aren’t sure. Everything from the best positions to try it in, to whether to incorporate spanking and hair pulling, to dirty talk, to anything else the topic includes.

    P.S. – You can pick someone else if you pick my number!

  23. Anon says:

    Hi Julie, I have learned so much from your blog – thank you!
    As my husband & I get older we are noticing he has a little trouble with ED. Not bad yet, he’s 59. So… just not sure how to address it without embarrassing him?

  24. HopefullFuture says:

    How to recommend marriage to your children when you have experienced hurt or loss in yours.

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  26. J.P. says:

    Wow! I just found you a little while ago. I’m a HD wife, married for 15 years. I’m now learning to navigate perimenopausal symptoms and my drive is dropping. I’d love to read anything in this area.

  27. Scienceteacher says:

    I would really like to start enjoying intimate sex again with my wife, but about 7 years ago she lost interest. Whenever I try to bring the subject up, especially if she seems calm and happy, I hit a brick wall. I’ve tried many of the tips from various blogs, and nothing works. More suggestion in your blog please.

  28. Overcomer says:

    Am fairly new to your blog and love it! How to overcome all the years of church teachings (or lack of) to fully explore/embrace sex/intimacy as wonderfully as God intended. Is hard to flip a switch after so many years of being taught the negativity of it or refusal to even discuss. Thank you for giving a Godly voice to this subject! So needed!

  29. Mariah says:

    You already cover so many good topics but one topic I would love to see would be how to healthily and openly talk to your children about the dangers of porn and what to do about it and how our culture has distorted sex.
    It’s hard for me to imagine talking about this to our daughters (they are under 2 so no need yet) because my husband recently has confessed to lots of lying and indulging in pornography for the last 5 years of our marriage. God has dramatically changed his heart and he has completely turned from those sins but I find I might be a little resentful when the times comes to talk to our children about it knowing how damaging it is and how my husband’s unfaithfulness has been so damaging to our marriage. We still have lots of lots of healing and a long road ahead of us but the Lord is slowing working.
    Thank you for this opportunity to win these!! God bless!

  30. Kevin says:

    Thank you for addressing the adult children at home question. I showed your response to my wife and we both kind of liked at each other and went “Yes!”
    I read a post you created about starting over after divorce, where you talked about having done a lot of introspection and knew what you wanted to start over again and I sort of envied you, not for having had to go through a divorce, but at being able to re-evaluate what you liked and believed about sex, and then being able to push a reset button at the start of your next relationship, and it made me ask, “What steps could a long married couple take (39 yrs in our case) start over and push the reset button in their sex lives?” I know that is rather broad, but how do you not go through the same arguments and end with the same results as you ultimately ended up at in the past.
    P.S. I wish I could help with your current difficulties. I will be praying.
    K

  31. Danielle G says:

    Your blog is really helping our marriage and the intimacy in it. We’ve had a stagnant period for the last 5 years of our 9 year marriage. My husband and I want to do the work to make our lives so much better.

  32. steve says:

    communication tips to get my wife to understand that SEX is for her to enjoy as much or more than me.

  33. Dean says:

    I would love to see topics on how sex is about connection. My wife doesn’t really understand that sex is about connection, not only the physical.

  34. Kirby says:

    A topic I would like would be: how to be vulnerable during sex even though there’s little emotional vulnerability outside of sex.

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