5 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO IMPROVE YOUR SEX LIFE

When it comes to your sex life, even the most deeply committed and head-over-heels-in-love couples can go through periods when intimacy happens less or not at all.

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Many times there is an obvious and logical reason it occurs. These can be for the birth of a baby, a financial setback or a hectic schedule that has you feeling disconnected. And sometimes it just seems to happen, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay in that stuck place. 

It doesn’t matter if you’ve been married for 5 days or 50 years, here are 5 ways to improve your sex life.

WHY A SEX CHALLENGE SHOULD BE ON YOUR BUCKET LIST

It was the fall of 2008 and our marriage was at a crossroads. We’d been married for 11 years, had a 2 and a 5 year old and felt more like roommates than lovers.

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IF (and that’s a big if) we had sex it felt more like a quick transaction than anything romantic. When we did have sex, each encounter looked just like the one before, there was no variety, no creativity, no passion, no excitement.

We were not in a good place and if we didn’t do something soon then divorce was definitely in our future. Not a place that we saw ourselves when we said “I do” to one anther on our wedding day.

9 WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED WHEN YOU ARE LONG DISTANCE

“You are a thousand miles away and yet no one is closer to my heart than you are.” —Anonymous

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There will be times when, as a married couple you may have distance between you. Being the spouse of a serviceman or service woman is a reality for many people. It’s also a tricky season to manage in your marriage. How do you stay connected when you are so far apart?

If you are the spouse of someone who is deployed or will deploy, here are a few ways to lessen the distance and build a strong marriage even if you are apart. Here are 9 ways to stay connected when you are long distance.