In your marriage there are six forms of intimacy that build your foundation. Each are vital to a successful marriage, a marriage based on safety and trust.

And, sexual intimacy is one of them.

When your needs or those of your spouse are not being met a few things start to happen…

  1. You wonder why you are married in the first place and start thinking about getting out.
  2. You begin to get resentful and withdraw from the marriage.
  3. You don’t see the harm in look toward other things to fulfill you (pornography, erotica, emotional affairs, physical affairs, etc.) since your spouse isn’t doing anything.

This is not the marriage that you want to live in. It’s not healthy.

It’s a relationship filled with…

  • anger
  • frustration
  • sadness
  • resentment
  • disappointment
  • withdrawal
  • loneliness

You can have an amazing sex life.

You can learn how to please each other.

Learning anything new takes time, patience, an open mind and a willingness to learn.

On this week’s show Tony and Alisa share why sex is a part of marriage (no matter if it’s stagnant or vibrant) and how the two can make your sexual intimacy burn once again.

19 Questions to Amazing Sex with Your Spouse

140 – Scheduling Sex

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