466: THE CHALLENGE WITH A SEX CHALLENGE

“Treat objections as requests for further information.” —Brian Tracy

Life is stressful, but when you are too busy (or tired) to find some time for sexual intimacy, it can really seem unbearable. The end result is that sex is pushed to the back burner until a later date.

Problem is that “later date” doesn’t seem to come around, which leads to frustration and resentment. Of course you have lots on your plate with family, work, church, outdoor activities, play dates and more.

But if you don’t protect the sexual intimacy in your marriage, you and your spouse become irritated and frustrated with each other. In the end neither of you win.

The good news is that when you overcome the challenges with a sex challenge you will break the cycle of lackluster sex. The 7 Days of Sex Challenge is a way to re-ignite that connection between the two of you.

It’s a way to jump start your romantic, get connected in the way that only the two of you can and it will break you out of those routines that make sex with your spouse anything less than amazing!

001: 60 Days of Sex

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