533: LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX: PART 3 — WITH OUR FRIENDS

“Not every part of your personal life needs to be public.” Anonymous

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There are so many people in our lives that we could talk about our sex life with and yet each one seems to have its own set of rules and own potential pitfalls. The idea of talking (or not) about intimacy with your friends or family gets a lot of reactions. 

While talking about sex may not be a big deal, if you haven’t had a conversation about what’s okay and what’s not okay to discuss, you’re setting yourself up for potential heartache and argument.

532: IF YOU LOVED ME

“Expectations can be premeditated resentments.” Anonymous

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If you loved me you would…

Have you ever found yourself saying or thinking that when it comes to your spouse? When you get married it’s easy to assume that your spouse has ESP and that they will be able to read your mind. 

529: LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX: PART 1 — AN IMPORTANT CONVERSATION

“To make progress you have to learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable.” Anonymous

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When the topic of sex comes up, how you talk about it more than likely depends on whom you are talking too. You talk about sex differently with friends than you do with your spouse or your kids. And yet, all of these are important conversations.

Now, talking about sex may still be one of those areas that is off-limits or even taboo to you. You’re not alone in your thinking!

528: WHAT’S FOR DINNER

“All great change in America (and the world) begins at the dinner table.” —Ronald Reagan

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There’s a funny meme floating around these days that says “The one thing no one told me about being an adult was that I would have to answer the question ‘What’s for Dinner’ for the rest of my life.”

It’s interesting that having to plan meals, especially dinner, is a source of frustration for so many. When you look at our lives however it’s easy to see why this is a common thread in marriages.