Category Archives: Sexual Intimacy

Why Watching Porn to Help Your Sex Life is a BAD Idea

Wanting to add some spice and variety to your times of sexual intimacy is not a bad thing. But if you think watching porn together is how you can do it, I want to give you a STRONG warning here: DON’T GO THERE. Watching porn to help  your sex life is a BAD idea. Why Watching … Continue reading Why Watching Porn to Help Your Sex Life is a BAD Idea

Create A Love Nest for Better Sexual Intimacy

Dennis and I have a rule about our bedroom. We call it our “Love Nest.” Only two activities should occur in a married couple’s bedroom, we say.  And that’s sleep and sex. Rooms have a purpose. Kitchens are for cooking. Laundry rooms are for washing and drying laundry. Bathrooms are for taking care of bodily … Continue reading Create A Love Nest for Better Sexual Intimacy

Use Your Pillow Talk to Improve Sexual Intimacy

Our words carry more power than we know. Your words are so powerful that they will kill or give life, Proverbs 18:21 tells us. If the words I speak are so powerful, how much so than to my husband in times of intimacy? My pillow talk will either give life or kill  our sexual intimacy. … Continue reading Use Your Pillow Talk to Improve Sexual Intimacy

Chore Play for a Healthier Marriage

Stress can have powerful effects on libido, so addressing those stressors can help improve sex. Research has shown that most women are more likely to become sexually aroused if they feel relaxed and emotionally cared for. Can Chore Play be a solution? What is Chore Play? According to Urban Dictionary, chore play is when a … Continue reading Chore Play for a Healthier Marriage

Four Ways to Respond to Your Husband’s Advances

Your husband may seem to request playtime with you, his wife,  at the most inopportune times.   When what you really want to say is “Not tonight, dear,”  what ways can you respond so he doesn’t feel rejected? 4 Ways to Respond to Your Husband’s Sexual Advances  Reframe your “No” “Not tonight, dear” is a … Continue reading Four Ways to Respond to Your Husband’s Advances