Because life comes with way more laundry than rose petals.
We get it. It’s hard to find sex and romance when your relationship is more characterized by conference calls, a dishwasher that just died, and carpool lines.
All the more reason to create a little beauty to punctuate the mundane.
We’ve got ideas to help you generate a few sparks—whether your day involved a flirty text with your spouse or an argument about the calendar.
Add a little pizzaz to the work of love and the marital “glue” of sex and romance that brings you closer.
Find out how to answer the questions each of you is really asking—and leverage your differences for powerful, more intimate sexual connection.
Should you ask about your spouse’s previous sex life? What if you’re thinking about sex with your former spouse–or the differences between then and now? Dr. Juli Slattery weighs in.
Romance feels out of reach when the dishes outnumber the Legos on the floor, or you just finished a work day with more losses than wins.
Let us make it easier!
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A sexual relationship in marriage teaches us something about the nature of real love—God’s love.
“Before counseling, my husband and I misunderstood each other all the time. Which made vulnerability (and as a result, sex) difficult.”
Need a few ideas to communicate “I’m still into you”? “I respect you”? “You’ve got this”? We’ve got ideas.
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