February 14: The Story of Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day Countdown (Photo credit: Julie K)

On Thursday, Feb. 14, think of a man.  He was a young priest, wholly committed to his faith in Christ.  When it was declared by the state that soldiers could not marry, he performed their weddings secretly.  Once discovered, he was  Read more of this post

Wearing Red May Boost Sex Appeal

An excerpt from a Health article at CNN.com.  Read the entire article here.

Does wearing the color red give you a sexual edge? Maybe, according to a new study, which found that men find women Read more of this post

Durable Young Love

An older couple are driving down the highway when another car passed them.

The woman notices the occupants of the other car are young and obviously in love. The girl is sitting very close to her boyfriend as they cruise down the highway.

This causes the woman to think back to when she and her husband were young and in love, and wondering where the show of affection had disappeared to over the years.

Finally she says to her husband, “Remember when we used to be like that young couple? Where did the love go, honey?” He quietly replied, “I haven’t moved….”

The moral of this story is that there is a phase in marriage when a couple grows dull to the depth and special quality of their relationship. The durability and sustainability of it may even come into question. It is worth remembering that all that ever made your marriage work still exists. You must recognize the best qualities again. They are in you. They ARE you.

Take a walk in the park, go bike riding through the neighborhood, kick your shoes off and walk along the beach or lakefront, go to a museum together, see a play together, watch the river flow while beneath a shady tree together…light some candles, play soft music and cook a meal together. All that ever made your marriage work still exists. You must recognize the best qualities again. They are in you. They ARE you.

A Fox on the Vine

Song of Solomon 2:15 -“Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.”

At times, foxes would find their way into a grape orchard.  Consuming the grapes on the vine, they would spoil the crop.  Worse yet, younger foxes could not reach the grapes.  Instead, they would often chew the vines…spoiling the capacity of the farmer to grow.  Let’s talk about why porn isn’t such a great experience for our marriages! Read more of this post

Sexual Response Post Pregnancy!

We have corresponded with so many women who’ve had children and are experiencing a significant decline in their desire for and enjoyment of sex.  Is there a relationship between post-pregnancy and libido?  Where does the passion flame go? Read more of this post

Creating A Romantic Boudoir

Creating a romantic environment is partly about finding a mixture of elements that combine in such a way that they make both spouses feel comfortable and close. Some of these elements include lighting, color, decoration, and furniture. In order to develop a truly romantic space, you will have to experiment with different ideas, always paying close attention to your most subtle subconscious preferences and dislikes. Your goal is to find a design that makes you feel both relaxed and sexy. In this way, you will reinforce the intimate nature of the room by the air/attitude you give off when you enter it. Read more of this post

Wives: Increasing Your Sexual Passion

Passion is defined as the measure of power behind sexual desire. Wives, it is the measure of motivation produced by our desire that marks our passion. Some of us are more or less passionate than others and many factors make that so. Read more of this post
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