The time is right and you are ready to make love to your spouse. You’ve been romancing each other and it’s your time to initiate sex.

There are certain rituals that you both may have before you make love.

These may include, but not limited to…

  • Dimmed lights
  • Light candles or turn them on
  • Warm the bed (turn on electric blanket)
  • Turn up the heat
  • Turn on the sound machine
  • Take a shower
  • Essential oil diffuser

On the other had what you do afterwards also plays a part in your sexual intimacy.

You may…

Hurry up to get the towel or the sheets are going to get dirty. Aren’t the sheets already dirty?

Jump up and out of bed to get cleaned up or you may bask in the joy as you cuddle.

No matter what time it is or what may be coming up you take a shower to clean off.

There’s also the do we put clothes back on or sleep naked.

Both the before and after sex rituals are an area that need to be looked at and discussed in your marriage.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about the many rituals that can take place before and after sex because there’s a lot more happening than just the physical act.

Sound + Sleep Machine

Scheduling Sex & The Intimacy Lifestyle

Where Are Your Priorities

The Truth Shall Set You Free

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