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756: IF I ONLY HAD A MARRIAGE MANUAL
755: YOUR CONFLICT CYCLE
754: IS SEXUAL INTIMACY MORE THAN INTERCOURSE
753: DO THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MATTER
752: MORE THAN JUST "LET'S HAVE SEX"
751: LET'S GETAWAY
750: PROTECT YOUR MARRIAGE FROM INFIDELITY
749: SEX CHALLENGE DERAILED
748: SMART DEVICES ARE DESTROYING YOUR INTIMATE MOMENTS
747: NAP TIME IS PRIME TIME
746: FOREPLAY IS NOT AN AFTERTHOUGHT
745: SEXY GAMES TO PLAY IN THE BEDROOM
744: MASSAGE ME
743: WHAT'S UP WITH THE HORMONES
742: I LOVE YOU IN MANY WAYS
741: THE SNORING IS IMPACTING US
740: WHAT ARE YOU FIGHTING AGAINST
739: ROMANCE ISN'T DEAD
738: SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER
737: SEX PILLOWS AND WEDGES TO SUPPORT FUN POSITIONS
Tony. Cut your wife some slack. She's got a lot on her plate.
I just started listening to your podcast and its the opposite in our marriage...my husband is 11 years older than me. We've been married for 12 years and he rejects me all the time...we MIGHT have sex once a month. I know he loves me but I'm lonely.
How does it sound when you approach your partner to discuss the discrepancy of sexual desire? Are there discussion starters? What if you have already discussed it in healthy ways, but nothing has changed, and when it gets brought up again, it is met with anger and immediate rejection? What does the script look like for having a successful conversation about the growing resentment and deepening chasm?
I prefer being bare, especially in hot humid summers. I feel cleaner and like feeling smoother. Once you get used to shaving it goes quickly in the shower.
what if you weren't ever in love. I married my husband because he pressured me and I wasn't ready. I wasn't over my ex. we have no emotional connection or intimacy and have barely had any I our 3 year marriage.
Here is an issue that I have, I'm almost never in the mood in the morning ever. Honestly. I just woke up, I'm still tired, I have a million things on my mind and I have zero desire. My desire peaks in the evening. I did some research to try to understand this and from what I have read men's hormones peak in the morning while as women's peaks in the evening. I honestly and frustratingly feel like almost all these marriage podcasts ( every different one, not just yours) all try to simply tell women that we just need to get in the mood, put things aside, ignore our own desires and satisfy our husbands regardless of our desires or feelings. It sometimes feels like the prevailing attitude is that men need sex so you have to do it whenever he wants your feelings be darned. Don't get me wrong, I love sex and I love my husband. But women and men are different and it's already so difficult for a woman to become aroused, get excited and have an orgasm. It can be alot of work physically and mentally and emotionally. How come that never seems to be addressed? The Bible commands husbands to share their bodies with their wives. We are supposed to enjoy sex. And despite what many think, we do. But it takes effort. I feel that there should be sacrifice on both husband and wife but instead over and over it just seems we are being told just do it no matter what, but make sure you like it because otherwise it doesn't count, don't fake an orgasm but if you don't have one it's ok. Why is it ok? I feel like Christian resources just ignore a woman's needs and demands we become more male in our sexuality. Sorry but I find that very, very frustrating.
my wife is a stonewaller. I am logical like you guys but stonewaller and only talks to tell once I'm fed up and start trashing my home. if I would ever try to hangy self she would provide the chair. I truly hate her now
she gives me the silent treatment when I Ask her why does t she kiss me or say I love you. it gets violent she yelled to try to get attention for people to call the cops . I'm gone 3 kids she's doesn't care to please me. I truly hate her now. I will never ever love her again. all because I asked for see she's a narcissist. Stonewall
I love you guys . I knew I wasn't crazy.
About 7 minutes into nothingness and then a barrage of ,"Duh". I can tell you are trying to convey your lifestyle but you cannot articulate. Then more of Duh with a large helping of product mentions. Your podcast is exactly what you said, and I quote, "There was nothing in it for me."
What happens when your spouse doesn't want to see that they are doing something wrong to hear your side because their pain is more important?