Getting help for sexual problems is one of the keys to avoiding a divorce. Be honest. Is sex one of those uncomfortable issues that you and your spouse avoid?
I run into this from time to time and I often have to remind clients that sexual distancers like sex. Yep, they sure do. Here is an important point to keep in mind however; they like sex to happen when they are ready for it, when they are expecting it,…
Most people think that romantic love is associated with intense passion and passionate excitement. However, I have found that in our current fast-tracked society, calmness may be the new romantic excitement.
“True love is not a strong, fiery, impetuous passion. It is, on the contrary, an element calm and deep. It looks beyond mere externals, and is attracted by qualities alone. It is wise and discriminating, and its devotion is real and abiding.”
–Ellen G. White
What is really involved when dealing with fabulous sex? That’s one of those superficially simple questions that becomes, on second thought, inexplicably difficult and mysterious. What is it that makes the difference between ordinary sex and fabulous sex?
This is not really a trifling question.
As a coach, I meet clients with questions about sexuality and the part it plays in their life. I always begin by reminding them that sexuality is part of what makes them human. Sexuality is part of our destiny. What we do with it decides our fate. This article is for them and others with the same sorts of questions.