“Right NOW is the most important moment in your life.—Gail Lynne Goodwin

Another day comes to an end and you and your spouse are tired.

Earlier in the day you both were romancing each other and had every intention to enjoy one another.

But it’s another night of you falling asleep even before you start foreplay and leaving you both frustrated with your sexual intimacy.

There is much on your plates and yet it’s time to prioritize your marriage so that you both enjoy your sexual intimacy.

It means making choices about when you are going to be sexually intimate.

There is no rule, no law, that states that sex is ONLY at the end of the day.

It’s time to change things up in your marriage and enjoy awake sex!

Sex when you both are fully engaged and ready to experience the orgasms you desire for one another.

Sex that is a bit loud, in a different position and a room brightened by the sun.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about how powerful it is to have sex when you are fully awake, not just going through the motions at the end of the day.

140 – Scheduling Sex

21 Ways to Initiate Sex with Your Spouse

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