Couples in sexless marriages are missing out on an important and beautiful part of marriage. Many factors are involved, but sometimes, the solution is just avoiding your spouse’s major turn-offs.
You can take several steps to have healthy, God-honoring intimacy in marriage.
If a marriage doesn’t get a regular dose of passion and intimacy, it will show signs of stress: frustration, resentment and withdrawal. Here’s how to keep the spark of romance alive 365 days a year!
Sexual oneness is more than naked bodies touching; it eventually demands that your love is tested and shared with vulnerability and ultimate intimacy.
The initial euphoria of love usually wears off after about two years, but that doesn’t mean love needs to wane or the relationship needs to grow cold. At this stage, love is a choice, not just an emotion.
More important than giving your husband frequent sex is a commitment to embrace sexual intimacy in your marriage.
Every couple has a unique sexual relationship. Accept yours for what it is and enjoy working toward wholeness as a couple. You can have a very fulfilling sex life even though you may not be functioning like the average married couple.
The lack of regular sex is a significant barrier to emotional connectedness and intimacy for men.
Without effort, time and attention, sex can easily and quickly become mundane and predictable and can even turn into a dreaded necessity to place on the ‘to-do’ list.