365: I HAVE A HEADACHE… LET’S HAVE SEX

“Sex solves most problems including headaches.”
—Anonymous

You have a crazy headache, while on vacation, with plans to have sex, on the only night you have away from your kids.

You take a nice nap to see if that would take care of it and it didn’t.

You still have a headache.

You’re still in the hotel room you booked.

And… you still have a spouse with the expectation that this is your opportunity for sex.

What if having sex during this time will help your headache go away?

Most of the times it’s used as an excuse, an obstacle or a form of rejection.

The next time you are about to say, “Not tonight, I have a headache”, what if you said, “Yes, tonight! I want to get rid of this headache.”

What if an orgasm could relieve the pain of your headache?

What if when you’re not feeling well you could turn to your spouse for comfort instead of pushing them away?

What if sex became the treatment to embrace instead of the action to avoid?

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about changing your mindset from “I can’t have sex because I have a headache to let’s have sexual because I have a headache.”

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