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I’ve made great strides in growing up in my marriage, but like all of you, I’m a work in
When my beloved and I said our vows, we had never had sex with each other. In those first few
It’s wedding season. And I can’t help but to reflect back on a wedding I attended years ago. The
The really short answer to the question is because Jeff Murphy asked me if I would write a book with
I did a post on How to Destroy Your Husband’s Manhood in 10 Easy Steps. I think it’s only fair
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I was thinking about how such identity markers can stir either positive or negative feelings in us, particularly when it comes to those relationships that are closest to us. Those are the relationships that carry the greatest costs — and the greatest rewards, so to speak.
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.
As a Christian wife, I do like sex. To some of you reading this, such a proclamation makes me either an annoying freak or a bewildering mystery. Can you here the theologians murmuring… “Hmmm… We were busy studying discipleship when we stumbled across something that rarely is found in its natural habitat. A Christian wife. Who likes sex. Fascinatin
Any of you who have followed my blog for more than about one post are well aware that I am, shall we say, comfortable with the topic of sex. A friend of mine (who shall remain anonymous in this post) even contends I can eventually turn any conversation toward the topic of sex. That may be taking it a little far. Hard saying though. He could be right.
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?)