Getting stuck in a cycle of “duty sex” will sabotage true intimacy. Learn how to change that pattern and deepen your relationship.
Your sexual backstory is not just the things that happened to you in the past but how those experiences shaped how you think about sex.
How important is sex in a relationship? To answer that question, you need to understand the difference between sexual activity and sexual intimacy.
Learn how to address and answer your child’s questions about LGBT pronoun usage. Then, cultivate healthy conversations about how to equip your children to communicate using love, care, and compassion.
In our day, knowing how to talk with your daughter about issues like sexual orientation, gender identity, and same-sex attraction can seem overwhelming. This is the world your daughter lives in, and she needs you to help her process it.
It’s not unusual for spouses to have different levels of sexual desire. Learn how to manage your mismatched libidos and make your sex life a blessing.
Single parents often find that knowing where to begin with talking to your kids about sex can feel overwhelming. But these conversations can succeed when rooted in Biblical principles.
Learning that your teenage daughter is having sex can likely leave you with more questions than answers. Following the initial wave of emotions and panic, you might ask yourself: How did I not know about this? What do I do now?
Do you want to have better sex with your spouse? Then try becoming a better person.
Healthy sexual intimacy correlates with an overall strong relationship. But it’s about more than you and your spouse having a good time in bed. It is a central aspect of a holy metaphor.