On the fourth night of the honeymoon, I was like, “Babe, I’m spent. Can we just cuddle?” You ever been there? Turning down the lady’s advances?
1 in 5 women have the higher sex drive. But when our husbands decline–or rarely initiate sex–it leaves us thinking, What’s wrong with him? Or is it me?
Invest time in your marriage so your family will have a firm foundation.
Adding a little tenderness to your marriage is easier than you think.
Is it ever okay to deny his advances? Everybody needs an occasional raincheck, right?
Maintaining the marital bed isn’t always easy. Here are some ideas to help you keep your marriage strong by coming together often as husband and wife.
Having grown up in the church, it came as a shock to me when my husband and I encountered difficulty consummating our marriage.
It takes little energy, time, or even thought to take your bedroom romps from great to nonexistent.
Married couples who have sex regularly live longer, have better heart health, enjoy a deeper connection, and can let go of annoyances easier.
We need to make a practice of tending fully to the love of our life for a few moments a day, every day.
Are you looking for some new ideas to help your next wedding anniversary really stand out? Take steps now and begin planning a memorable celebration.
If you want to rekindle the romance in your marriage, you’ll find it doesn’t require a lot of money, and it often doesn’t even take that much time.
I’ve spent a lifetime learning about how to satisfy my wife’s romantic needs. That means meeting her physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
Your spouse approaches intimacy much differently than you. Here are some things husbands and wives need to know about sex.
After you marry you have a duty before God to meet your spouse’s sexual needs. But sometimes healing and restoration must happen first.
Romance isn’t something you bring out on special occasions. It’s one way you can express your care and love for each other.
These five steps have personally helped me have enjoyable and satisfying intimacy with my husband.
Here’s a list of non-sexual ways to make your wife feel loved, valued, cherished, and affirmed. It will do wonders for your marriage.
If your needs are vastly different than your husband’s needs, work together to find the right balance or compromise for mutual sexual fulfillment.
If you’re willing to wade into the deep waters, God will help you put the pieces of your broken relationship back together. You can survive—and even thrive.
It’s easy to allow unrealistic or harmful expectations about sex to run rampant through my mind. When that happens I need to stop and ask a few questions.
Renewing romance in your marriage means taking the time to work on your relationship. Epress love to your husband like you want him to express it to you.
The most meaningful of love letters are simply true, humble expressions of the heart. Learn about the elements of a love letter and things to avoid.
Believe it or not, these small changes can amplify your feelings of love without mood lighting or lingerie.
These movies fall somewhere in between ‘chick flicks’ and ‘man movies,’ with strong romance to please wives, and enough other elements to attract husbands.
In this on-the-go, always-plugged-in culture, our lives are hectic and our schedules are packed. Here are some ideas to improve intimacy in your marriage.
For mothers, parenting children can be an enemy of romance. Check out these practical tips for reining in a busy lifestyle.
How do you balance motherhood with being an attractive, romantic, interesting wife?
I believe a negative attitude about sex wages war against Christian marriages.
The bedroom should be a place where love and romance are cultivated, encouraged, and celebrated. And yet it is often treated as a storeroom for clutter.
Your sexual relationship can be an oasis for the two of you in marriage. These ideas can help relief from routine and a refuge from stress.
For romance to deepen, here is a truth that should be emblazoned on the heart of every husband.
This spring, why not bring back to life the buds of romance you once enjoyed? These ideas can help you make romance come alive in the season of new birth.
Marriage is designed to meet the need for intimacy and love. Perhaps deep inside a hurting couple is an invisible “emotional love tank” with its gauge on empty.
Words don’t cost anything, and yet when used the right way they are priceless … truly a gift of the heart.
Whether it’s bad breath, a headache, or hot flashes, something often gets in the way of sex. Here are some ways to overcome roadblocks to intimacy in your marriage.
It doesn’t require much money to revitalize the spark of romance in marriage. What you do need is the commitment to do it.
Until we understand why God created sex, we won’t make sense of His commands regarding sexual purity, for His commands always relate to His purposes.
With a little creativity, you can plan some innovative romantic excursions at home.
You probably fall into a pattern when it comes to romance. Here’s help in understanding what you prefer … and even more important, what your spouse desires.
Don’t mistake passionate love for romantic love; only one goes the distance.
In our busy world, it’s easy for the feeling of romance to fade away. Take some steps this week to enhance or reignite romance in your marriage.
A woman has seven basic needs that a man must learn to meet if he desires to love her as fully as God intended.
Difficulties in a couple’s sex life often reflect deeper issues in their relationship.
My husband and I lost our romantic spark, and our sense of adventure and fun. We got off track and stopped caring about each other.
The Song of Solomon provides an excellent description of God’s intention for sex between a husband and wife.
It’s easy for a married couple to get into ruts—doing the same things together, year after year. Here are some ideas on how to plan a date night.