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My husband and I have made love hundreds and hundreds of times.
Have we ever been bored with sex?
Sure. Not with each other per se, but I do think we’ve had less-than-satisfying moments in our intimacy where the sparks weren’t exactly flying.
Not long ago, I asked for readers’ stories with regard to struggles in sexual intimacy and how couples have found a path to healing.
Today’s story comes from a reader named Bob. I appreciate his vulnerability and transparency. It takes courage to share so openly. With that in mind, please read with a compassionate heart. Possibly you’ll see glimpses of your own marriage in his story.
Be sure to read all the way through, as Bob shares a powerful declaration he sent to his wife.
I’m so glad Jim and Carrie Gordon of The Intimate Couple are adding their insights to my “altar” series. Their below post is a perfect follow up to my post the other day about unintentionally killing your sexual intimacy.
Have you become indifferent to sex in your marriage? If that seems like no big deal to you, listen closely to the Gordons’ wisdom on ways you can go from being indifferent to intentional when it comes to nurturing sexual intimacy.
As anyone who has followed my blog will know, I am a big proponent of married couples nurturing their sexual intimacy. I’ve written about oral sex before, simply because it is indeed a source of contention within many marriages (maybe even more so among Christian married couples).
I read a lot of sex books. The good kind, mind you. The ones that explore sexual intimacy within the context of marriage. Obviously, along the way, I stumble across phenomenal marriage books as well…books that not only cover sexual intimacy, but also offer priceless insights into all aspects of intimacy in marriage.
Such is the case with my latest read, Stripped Down: 13 Keys to Unlocking Intimacy in Your Marriage by Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo.