In this week’s challenge, I mentioned active listening as a skill that people should be using, but hadn’t had a post up yet about it. So, today I’m going to rectify that. Active listening, which I’ve also heard called Listening 2.0 or Level
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSSA couple of years ago I got a message from a reader who was beside herself with unfounded fears that her husband was no longer attracted to her.
In yesterday’s post, I mentioned the 5 levels of communication, and suddenly realized I had not yet written a post about them. So, that’s what I’m going to do today. The 5 levels of communication are not something I can take credit for.
Here’s a question I received a couple of weeks ago from our anonymous Have A Question page: I’m interested in adding toys to our intimate repertoire. However, one of the issues which keeps me reluctant to do so is the fear of my
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSSI didn’t have much time this week to record, so this is a very short podcast episode to let you know about our marriage challenge this week
As many of my readers know, I recently took a new job. The work is fantastic. The pay is more than adequate. I’m respected, and I feel, and am told, that I’m a real asset to the company. Not only that, but it
I have a few questions in my inbox from our Have A Question page this week, but I wanted to tackle this one that came in last night. I am trying to be a good Christian in my marriage but I am struggling.
I’ve been avoiding this topic for quite some time. 4+ years of blogging about sex, and I’ve barely mentioned the issue of homosexuality. Why have I been avoiding it? Well, to be honest, I wanted to flesh out my own beliefs. My own
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSSI once heard it said that the definition of conflict is two people in the same ZIP code. Well, in marriage the people are a lot closer
The topic of sex within marriage within the Christian community is an oddity. The reactions to bringing up the topic are quite varied: embarrassment, shame, fear, anger, interest, inquisitiveness, looking for help, looking to share a burden, wanting to know their normal. Often
I received this question a couple of days ago from our anonymous Have A Question page: I love giving my husband oral, but I find his semen to be very bitter. It’s actually very difficult to not gag at the taste. I thought