Let Go

August 28, 2010

in the generous life

This is likely to be a hard one.

Don’t worry about how you look or sound when you make love.

Yeah, I know, we all worry about this bulge or that.  We worry that we might look stupid if we let go and enjoy.  Gosh, what if we make a dumb sound.

Let it go.  Your husband would love for you to enjoy sex.  He actually loves every (imperfect) inch of you and everything you do or say that shows you enjoy sex is a real turn on for him.  Let it all go.


Links to blog posts that stood out to me this last week:
The Confident Mom: How to Communicate for Better Intimacy
The Romantic Vineyard: Meet Chad and Sarah Markley
CWAHM: Time With Your Husband? Interruption or Opportunity?
Gwen in Love: The Art of Seduction
The Dating Divas: The Power of Invitation
Happily Married After: The Finance Meeting


Be generous!  Lori <><

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Susan August 28, 2010 at 7:32 am

Thank you so much for including my post in your list! Love your mission and your passion to help marriages!


Rhonda August 28, 2010 at 7:44 am

Yes, please let go and enjoy. And if some weird sound happens just have good laugh… it will only add to the endorphins. :-) Last week I somehow managed to snort while making love, we both busted out laughing. Laughing together builds intimacy as well.


Sharon Cohen August 28, 2010 at 10:06 am

This was, by far, the hardest thing to overcome. Because of incidents in my childhood – moments of extreme humiliation – I was haunted by being easily shamed. This extended to the marital bed. I felt so uncomfortable, it defies description. Many painful years passed before I discovered the secret. I turned to God and prayed that all of the inhibitions and discomfort could be removed – for my husband’s sake, if nothing else. God has blessed us both and I love making love with my husband. It truly is a time when we can become one.
.-= Sharon Cohen´s last blog ..Friendly Friday Fireworks =-.


Carol August 28, 2010 at 1:04 pm

My husband downloaded “sex Music” onto his MP3 player which he hooks up to a small speaker sysetm. I don’t know what it is about jazz with a sax playing the main part, but it really helps me to let go. The only time we worry about noise is when there might be children (teenagers) in the next room or if we are outdoors where sound carries.


Gwen August 30, 2010 at 9:06 am

Fabulous post, once again. Love your blog. (and thanks for including my post!)
.-= Gwen´s last blog ..Dancing Letters in Love =-.


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