This excerpt was adapted from the beginning of Chapter 8 of Choosing Marriage Sex Marks the Spot: From Infatuation to Adoration and used with permission. In the rest of the chapter, we talk through some really important things that often go unaddressed in the church. Here are some of the topics I cover in this chapter:
-Understanding that single or married - you have something called a sexual palette that influences your view of sex.
-Learning about the things you're doing today that are actually SHAPING your sexual palette (for good and for bad).
-Revealing the Top Sexual Problems 1,000 married people reported facing after marriage, as well as how to practically get through each one.
-Talking through physical attraction in marriage - how important is it, how many couples report not having it, and what happens when it fades.
-Tips to achieving the best possible sex life after marriage.
-Getting your expectations of sex RIGHT, before marriage.
-Comparing and contrasting the difference of what singles think the honeymoon will be like vs. what the honeymoon is actually like.
-A hilarious TRUE honeymoon story!!
-And so much more!!
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Debra Fileta is a Professional Counselor, national speaker, relationship expert, and author of True Love Dates: Your Indispensable Guide to Finding the Love of Your Life, and Choosing Marriage: Why It Has To Start With We > Me where she writes candidly about love, sex, dating, relationships, and marriage. You may also recognize her voice from her 200+ articles at Relevant Magazine, Crosswalk.com, and all over the web! She’s the creator of this True Love Dates Blog, reaching millions of people with the message that healthy people make healthy relationships! Connect with her on Facebook or Twitter or book a session with her today!
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