Saturday, January 8, 2011

Let's talk about sex baby

As our bodies age and change, so do our sexual desires. Hormone levels can drastically rise and fall and sometimes husband and wife are on different pages when it comes to their needs and or wants in the bedroom. As married people we better get use to speaking about sex and being real with our partner about where we stand and how we feel about it. In order to keep sex gratifying and something that builds and edifies your marriage one must be open about how one feels. However in your quest for honesty, be incredibly careful to not bruise your spouse’s ego by being too critical or placing any blame.

Women especially need to be willing to communicate when it comes to being able to reach climax when being intimate. For men, it is pretty straight forward mostly speaking… but for many women it can be difficult and can require more direction. Enjoyment is an important factor for people to want to spend time doing anything… so if our marriages are to have the best chance to thrive and our husband’s are going to feel loved and get loved regularly, women are going to have to get more comfortable talking with their hubbies about sex.

Regular orgasm can prevent heart disease, both breast and prostate cancers, bladder problems all while having positive effects on your bones, blood sugar (thus your moods), and brain function.

Did you know that the hormones secreted from an orgasm can last up to 24 hours in your body? The powerful love hormone cocktail that you can give your sweetheart via physical intimacy is nothing compared to the emotional and spiritual surge of love you can gift him by being unselfish in this area. Go love him up already!


  1. This is brave of you and I commend you on your courage in broaching this subject. Good Luck! Didn't know that about the prostate and bladder though.

  2. I just found your blog. And really enjoy your posts. You've made a reader out of me :)