347: SOMEONE’S KNOCKING ON THE DOOR

“Circumstances may cause interruptions and delays but never lose sight of your goal.” —Mario Andretti

Has there ever been a time in your marriage when you and your spouse were about to enjoy sex and then you hear a knocking at your door?

Maybe you can relate to this scenario…

  • All of the kids are in bed (or so you think)
  • The house is quiet
  • You’re locked in your room
  • Your Sound+Sleep Machine is on as you begin to make romantic eyes at one another
  • You start foreplay
  • And there’s a knocking on the door.

Who is it?

It’s one of your kids, who you thought was asleep, needing some cuddle time.

You head out of bed, help them get settled and then head back to your bedroom.

Your spouse is waiting as you climb back into bed. You begin to get in the mood when again you hear…

Knocking at your door.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about what happens when someone’s knocking on your bedroom door in the middle of your time together.

Sound+Sleep Machine

332 – Releasing Resentment

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