Wow, this topic just came out of nowhere, didn't it? Well, you see, I spend some time each week talking with couples openly and honestly about sex (or lack thereof) in marriage and relationships on a number of platforms. Sex has never been a topic I find difficult to talk about and I feel that it is important for couples to communicate effectively and honestly about sex at all times. With that said - there are two recurring issues that I have frequently heard about from couples over the past 10+ years. 1. spouses/partners who feel there is not enough sex in their bedroom; and 2. wives/partners who lament their husband's/partner's porno watching. Often neither of the pair can understand the other or why they do what they do or feel the way they feel in relation to sex. Frequently also, one cannot determine why the other refuses sex on most occasions, and on the other hand one of the pair is cautious about their significant other watching triple x videos. And who could blame either of the two? Today, we are going to touch briefly about spouses/partners who sometimes opt to enjoy a blue movie (porn video); and a quirky way the husband of a friend of mine had his porn watching habits instantly ended (yikes!).
Talking to teens about sex is never an easy topic for most parents but it is one of the most important discussions we must have. In this short post I chose to share some encouragement for mommas who are preparing to or worrying about the day they have to open up and talk to their daughters about sex.
Fact is - a father who can walk away from his child/ren without ever voluntarily wanting to do something for them is really no loss to the child. If you have to beg your child/ren's father to see them, or call them or help with them - it is prob best to just let that loser vanish and concentrate on raising that child to be strong, independent, highly educated and to rise above all odds. We ladies lose so much energy battling our own mistake trying to not let it feel like our mistake! We fked up - we chose a waste man - it's a fact. Continue reading...
Marriage is a partnership. The family is the business, the children are the assets and the living expenses are the operational costs. In order for the business to be successful and the assets to grow strong, the partners must be 100% dedicated to each other and the business' goals. Outside distractions (like entertaining skanks for… Continue reading MARRIAGE IS A PARTNERSHIP