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Use Your Head - How To Send Sexy Signals To Your Partner
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire...
You often see the
Powerful? Mesmerizing? Fulfilling?
I’ve had some pretty amazing orgasms with my husband, and each time I am in awe
Today's post is adapted from our book 15 Minute Marriage Makeover - Refresh Your Relationship, Add Sizzle to Your Sex Life
I remember a time after my husband and I had just made love, and we were talking.
And by we, I mean me. I was talking.
Recently, there was a big fire in a treasured old building in downtown Omaha, Nebraska.
Today I again want to use the
It's that time of year when you're making the rounds of parties for Christmas and the New Year.
Maybe you're even hosting
I am a wife with a high sex drive.
Some people would say that trait puts me in an incredibly small minority.
So let's say you don’t really like sex in your marriage. You maybe even would go so far as viewing it as a "necessary evil"
For some, pornography might not seem like a big deal—who doesn’t look at it?
But the truth is pornography is addictive
It doesn't matter if it's your spouse, your kid, your co-worker or God - TRUST is just so important to any quality relationship.
You’re in penguin adorned pajamas headed to bed, then your partner starts to talk about their day.
Gritty stuff, but
“Until death do us part” is a time-honored oath declared in most wedding ceremonies, but this promise is often difficult
Whether you're single, thinking of engagement, or have been married for years, your lover will appreciate these tips on how
Once again, the American Psychological Association tells us what we have known for some time: Roughly half of all marriages
We often hear communication in a marriage is everything, and that is indeed true.
But good communication doesn’t always
We all know them...
Those couples who seem to have it all together.
They accomplish things together. They play
It's the un-sexiest thing you do...
It's Fighting, and it either happens way too often (or perhaps not often enough).
Play Your Way To Better Communication...
Those words can stop a partner dead in their tracks.
Having a special person in your life can make you feel happier and more content.
Going through life alone is less than
Bouquets are gorgeous, but how long do they last?
These great Valentine's Day gift ideas for her are all about longevity
Some people believe that the day actually starts with the evening before, and this is not a bad way of looking at life.
Have you ever seen a plant sitting on a shelf in someone's office... droopy, sad, leaves scattered all on the floor?
We all know that spending time with your spouse is important.
In fact, along with communication, spending time together
Your kids should never be your top priority...
...at least not if you want an extraordinary marriage and faith life.
When it comes to adding some sizzle to your marriage, nothing beats a good old-fashioned love letter.
Sure, you can buy
If you're married and are a Christian, you've most likely heard of Gary Chapman's bestselling book, The Five Love Languages.
'Tis the season to find a special gift for husband...who refuses to give you any good ideas! 🙂
Are you shopping for
Now that the wedding bells have rung, the preacher has pronounced you man and wife, and the honeymoon is over, it’s time
Stressed. Overwhelmed. Disconnected.
Those are a few of the feelings that described me towards the end of last year.
Money…finances…not something that most couples really want to talk about.
Some avoid it until there’s a problem.
They say love is blind, but it shouldn't block you from being aware of practical aspects of your marriage - particularly,
It seems pretty obvious now...
...but it took some really dumb decisions and a lot of hard knocks for
How would your family benefit from an extra $250, $500 or even $1,000 every month?
In this post, I want to share why
It’s no wonder that money is the number one cause of arguments among married couples, as money has enough power over us
Have you ever seen one of those cheesy photos of a couple leaning over with their arms around each other, looking at a bank
They say opposites attract, but opposite views on finances can lead to dangerous territory in a marriage.
What happens when sweethearts have to split up to attend different colleges hundreds of miles apart?
Can they deal with
Your long distance engagement has led to a decision to move to a new city for your new spouse.
While it’s certainly
From the minute a couple gets engaged (and sometimes before), they start hearing marriage myths.
Well-meaning or not,
I have to believe that most engaged couples think of children the same way my (now) wife and I did way back when before we
When planning your wedding, there is so much you need to take care of - from caterers, to the venue, the honeymoon and of
Eating is a pretty simple event, isn’t it?
You sit at the chair, place the table napkin on your lap, grab the food from
Many people dream of getting married to “the one”, but how do you know when you and your partner are ready to take the
The classic scene from every jewelry store commercial or romantic comedy has the suitor dropping to one knee to present a
After dating for some time, you decide it’s time to pop the big question: “Will you marry me”?
Tying the knot is
Imagine you’re 45 and in pretty good shape.
You exercise several times a week, eat more 4 - 5 servings of fruits
As you can imagine, I'm a big fan of utilizing technology to improve our lives. This is especially true in our relationships
If you and your husband decide to a trial separation, just be prepared for comments from others.
They will assume.
This is a very important guest post about a topic that needs much more attention. Thank you to Mark Chamberlain, Ph.D.
We’ve all been there. You have a stressful day at work and you come home feeling down, angry, worried or on edge. The last
Is your spouse currently dealing with a gambling problem, and you can’t figure out why they’re behaving the way they
As the weather gets more temperate and lovely here in Texas, my husband and I have been spending more time outside tending
As much as I try to keep my topics of discussion broad enough for the general masses, this month I need to talk to a group
In the year and a half or so that I’ve been writing for EM, I feel like there’s been this secret I’ve been keeping