Your to-do list is a mile long as the holidays and the end of the year approaches.

You have meetings, parties, shopping, last minute errands, cleaning the house, end of the year reports, travel, kids out of school, and more that need to get done.

There is so much to do and yet your sexual intimacy gets push aside for this “season”, to another day, another week, or maybe you’ll wait until next year.

Yes you’ll celebrate New Year’s together.

Hugging, kissing and then starting the new year cuddled together under the sheets. Right?

Hopefully, but usually not.

This is NOT the season to put your marriage and your sexual intimacy on the back burner.

When you are not intentional about your marriage during the holidays the smiley faces come out, but deep down there is hurt, anxiety and frustration.

Both of you begin to push each other away, as other things become more important and you drift apart hoping it will be better on New Year’s Eve.

You may be thinking that you don’t want to start next year the way that this year is ending…

Disconnected, lack of communication and not having sex.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about being intentional with all aspects of your marriage, especially your sexual intimacy during the holiday season.

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