342: WHY KNOWING HER MENSTRUAL CYCLE IS IMPORTANT TO YOUR SEX LIFE

“In all things there is a law of cycles.” —Tacitus (Roman Historian)

It is absolutely critical that you understand the female menstrual cycle for your sex life and for your marriage.

A woman’s body is absolutely amazing and it’s hard wired to ebb and flow as the hormones fluctuate each and every month.

As a woman’s hormones change during the menstrual cycle so does her husband’s responsiveness to her.

Pretty cool.

Here’s the thing though…

You need to know what’s going on.

When hormonal forms of birth control are being used this may impact the menstrual cycles thus impacting your sex life.

Men you need to understand your wife’s monthly rhythms as it will absolutely change your sex life.

Choosing not to know about her menstrual cycle is choosing to not to be fully engaged in your marriage.

Not knowing about the cycles of sex puts the two of you at a distinct disadvantage.

Why you might ask…

Because KNOWING will change how the two of you relate to one another.

KNOWING allows the two of you to connect throughout the month in different ways based on biology as well as emotional connection.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about why knowing her menstrual cycle is important to your sex life.

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