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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
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. But word
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
Stop arguing with your spouse...if only it were so simple! Let’s face it…communication is very complex. It’s
No one expects the honeymoon to last forever. No surprises there. We all know that even when you work on your marriage
I’m sure you know how it goes. You feel like you just don’t have the time or energy to work on your marriage, let
If you haven't set a vision for your dream marriage (or haven't for a long time), you're in for a real treat. Humor me
If you need one more reason to make your marriage a priority now and stop waiting for some distant, perfect time, be an example
Play Your Way To Better Communication...
“Let’s talk.” Those words can stop a partner dead in their tracks. The
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. Trust
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
When you’re a parent with young kids, it can be difficult to carve out time to spend with your partner. You might be
In a recent post, I shared a way to reconnect with your spouse while staying home on date night. This time, you're going
Roses have different meanings, depending on their number and color. A single, gold-dipped rose conveys any sentiment, though. Whether
Would you ever consider having a special date night at home? Think back for a minute and remember where you were the first
Learning your partner’s love language is a great way to foster a healthy, long relationship. It can be frustrating when
When you’re stressed and in a constant battle with your to-do list, the last thing on your mind is your relationships. After
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. Having
Arguing about money is such a common problem in marriage that it’s almost a cliché. While couples certainly fight about
Money problems are one of the top reasons that marriages end in divorce, yet unfortunately, most engaged and newly married
So, you are married now, congratulations! You're about to experience a wonderful ride. If you are like most people,
How would your family benefit from an extra $250, $500 or even $1,000 every month? In this post, I want to share why
Now that the wedding bells have rung, the preacher has pronounced you man and wife, and the honeymoon is over, it’s time
Buying a home is one of the first financial decisions you and your spouse will make. Since it is a major life decision
Stressed. Overwhelmed. Disconnected. Those are a few of the feelings that described me towards the end of last year. For
Money…finances…not something that most couples really want to talk about. Some avoid it until there’s a problem.
Statistically speaking, the most common subject that couples fight about is money. So, have you and your partner been
Relationships, like life, are complex. What works for one couple may not work particularly well for you. Everyone’s
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
Finding out that your spouse has been compulsively viewing porn in secret can be devastating. Whether or not you come
When marriages are going through a rough patch, it can be tempting to feel defeated and consider filing for divorce. This
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. They
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