Nourishing Romance In Our Marriages

Nourishing Romance In Our Marriages October 15, 2015

Once upon a time, a boy and a girl who were very much in love got married. In the months that followed, the newlyweds lived off their love for one another. They made love multiple times a day, they didn’t see the point in clothes when they were home alone and could rarely be coaxed beyond the confines of their tiny love nest.

Fast forward a decade: the couple made four wonderful kids.  He is a medical student who works full time and she stays home with the kids.  They’ve had their ups and downs, but despite (perhaps because of) all this, they are still very much in love.

Sisters, I’m not going to give you any five step program on How to Keep Your Marriage Sizzling because the details will vary from couple to couple. Once I heard a statistic that if you put a bean in a jar every time you have sex in the first year of marriage and then take one out for every time thereafter, you’ll never empty the jar. Personally, I think if you are keeping count, you’ve got it all wrong!……

[Today I am guest blogging for my friend Diane Samson.
To read the rest of this post, please follow me over to Wings for Your Dreams.]

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