Sure, you know HOW to have sex. But do you include this one critical aspect in your love making?
Do you feel what your partner is feeling when you make love?
Embrace The Gift
When you approach sex as the deepest form of communication with your spouse, it takes away the limits that our culture has placed on this Gift from God.
Sex is not reserved for “perfect” days when you are both “in the right mood.” Instead, sex can be a perfect way to connect and express your feelings, even if they are feelings of stress, uncertainty or even disappointment.
Sex is not just for fun. When we relegate it to another form of simple recreation, it falls back into the mix with other “fun things” and behind “important duties” such as chores, work, or a good night’s sleep.
Sex is much more important to your marriage than a load of laundry, and it should be treated with the awe and respect that it deserves as an amazing means to unity and closeness in your relationship.
Break free of the limits that our society likes to put on sex. Tell your spouse how you’re feeling and receive their response openly, gratefully and with passion.
But remember that you don’t have to use words to have an incredible conversation…
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