A few days ago I encouraged y’all to take a survey about porn use and the results are in. If you love stats, click. If not, well … basically porn is hurting marriages. We all knew that.
I want to make it terribly clear that a wife is not responsible for her husband’s porn use. He chooses what he looks at.
That said, we can leave our husbands in a place of vulnerability when we don’t take care of their sexual needs (1 Cor 7:5). Our world routinely throws sexual images at our husbands. Let’s be gracious and make sure our husbands are well cared for in the bedroom.
If you struggle with porn yourself (a growing number of women do), please get help (Dirty Girls). If you struggle with being there sexually for your man, continue to expose yourself to marriage friendly material (blogs, good books) and marriage-positive friends. Get counseling if you need to.
A healthy sexuality is a powerful force for good in a marriage.
Drink and imbibe deeply, O lovers. Song of Songs 5:1b NAS
Leadership Couples: 7 Things Not to Do in 2014 Very challenging post. I’m going to have to mull over this one for a few days. Take a few notes. (for me it was the string of chili pepper lights) :)
Becoming His Eve: Party Like a Viking Date Night With a title like that I just had to link to it.
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