Today we are exploring mismatched sex-drives and how your marriage can thrive in spite of it. Marriages have many seasons. When in the season of being mismatched, one spouse desires sex with greater frequency than the other. This oftentimes leads to frustration. It doesn’t have to. Let’s talk about how to call a truce to bedroom standoffs and move toward understanding.
Listen in as five marriage blogger husbands have to say when answering the question, “Why is sex important?” Then, the four wives respond with their thoughts.
In today’s episode, we’re going to introduce you to the four wives who make up the Sex Chat for Christian Wives podcast team. We probably should have done this in the first or second episode, but as you’ve probably figured out by now, we’re not professional podcasters! We’re just four women who are sitting around a virtual kitchen table and sharing ideas that will help us and you strengthen and enjoy our marriages.
Our topic is tending your garden, “garden” being a euphemism for your lady parts that we borrowed from Song of Solomon. It’s a nice way to think of our feminine sexuality, as a garden that can bloom beautifully if well cared for. But today we’re talking specifically about hygiene, “landscaping,” and even decorating your garden.
Today, Bonny, Chris, and Gaye tackle a few listener questions.
What if my husband says my feelings aren’t valid?
How can I experience multiple orgasms?
What do I do about my husband’s ED?
About this episode . . . Today we’re talking about marital aids, often known as sex toys. Is it okay for Christian couples to use sex toys? When we think of sex toys, the vibrator is what usually comes to mind. Most of our conversations focuses on vibrators, but there are also things like nipple…
Today we’re talking about exercise and sex. Wow, that sounds like a weird combination, doesn’t it? What in the world do those two things have to do with each other?
As it turns out, quite a bit. The benefits of regular exercise and physical activity for women are tremendous, and they include benefits for improving your sex life. Yes, that’s right. Today we’re going to make the case that exercising regularly is not only great for your health, it’s great for sex and intimacy in your marriage. We’ll be talking about four areas in which it can make a difference, including your physical health, mental health, body image, and energy.