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Certainly many of you have heard the chatter about ESPN Announcer Brent Musburger’s comments about the girlfriend of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron during the BCS National Championship game January 7.
If you did not hear the comments, take a look:
My Beloved and I went to a wedding recently, and at the reception we sat with two couples we know, who are about our same age.
A younger couple then joined our table.
And by younger, I mean young enough to be our children.
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I used to have a friend who worked at an office where a particularly good-looking lawn guy could be seen from the office windows.
The gals in the office would manage to take their break to gaze upon the hot sweaty lawn guy,
I was having a conversation with someone recently about how powerful it can be for a wife to allow her husband to undress her before sex.
I realize for some of you, your guard went up when you read the headline. I’ve heard from enough women’s hearts to know there are indeed reasons behind this.
I’ve been taking a women’s Bible study on marriage.
After class one day, a few of us women were talking about body image — and what it does to a wife’s confidence (or more often, lack thereof) when she has sex with her husband.
Kudos to author and speaker Margot Starbuck, who not only sent me her book Unsqueezed when I said I wanted to do a review, but also agreed to guest post. Check out her below post! Be sure to offer your comments. That helps us all learn and grow, you know?! Share the post with your friends so they too can enter into the dialogue, not only about body image, but also about the toll it can take on sexual intimacy.
When I stumbled across a screen shot of Margot Starbuck’s book “Unsqueezed: Springing Free From Skinny Jeans, Nose Jobs, Highlights and Stilettos,” I knew I had to have a copy. So I did what any book-addicted sexual intimacy blogger would do. I contacted her and begged for a copy to review. (She obliged. After all, who really wants an annoying blogger begging for anything?)