I get it because I used to feel the same way, and I have used those specific excuses many times. Over the years, I realized that I only felt that way because I was worrying way too much about what other people think. I also had a very unbalanced view of sex and affection, and I didn’t understand what amazing and enjoyable gifts they are meant to be in marriage.
Have you ever read Song of Solomon? Be prepared to blush. It paints a beautiful and sometimes rather vivid picture of a husband and wife intensely desiring each other. It’s not a hidden, dirty little secret; it is a clear expression of desire for physical intimacy that shows their deep love and committment for one another. I don’t recommend reading Song of Solomon to your kids at bedtime anyt time soon (unless you are prepared to answer A LOT of questions), but I do think it serves as a great reminder to us that we don’t need to act as if affection and sexual desire within our marriage is a shameful thing.For more information on having thriving and enjoyable intimacy in your marriage and some candid discussion on sex and marriage, please check out our newest resource Best Sex Life Now
Okay, I realize some of you are thinking that whether or not you kiss your spouse has no effect on your kids either way because they could care less, but I beg to differ.
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