I’m still luxuriating in my Christmas break, but for these last few days of 2015 I thought I’d take a look at some of the top posts on the blog this year.
I know most of you can’t stop in everyday, so this way you can be sure you haven’t missed any important ones!
My most popular posts tend to be Tuesday’s Top 10 Feature, so for this last Tuesday of 2015, let’s look at the Top 10 “Top 10” posts!
And of course–if you don’t want to miss any posts, just sign up for my monthly marriage newsletter, where I always highlight the best marriage posts of the month! When you do, you’ll get my free download, 36 Ways to Bring Sexy Back to Your Marriage.
If you get uptight, can’t relax, and thus can’t really feel pleasure–here are ways to get over that! It’s funny that the biggest post wasn’t even written by me. Thanks Julie from Intimacy in Marriage!
Here’s what I wanted to share with my daughter before she got married–and what I wish somebody had told me (instead of giving me a book that made me a nervous wreck!) Some practical tips for your wedding night (whether you’re a virgin or not.)
I really like this post! So fun. It’s all about how to relax and try something new without being embarrassed and without second guessing yourself (and not, of course, about doing something that’s wrong). Try it. You can do it!
J from Hot, Holy and Humorous helped me out by answering this reader question: What do you do if you just don’t find your husband attractive anymore? Some tips to help you get the hots for him all over again!
One of the most important posts I wrote last year–10 truths about difficult marriages. Here’s the essential problem: A lot of the marriage advice that we tend to hear, like respecting him, figuring out his love language, submitting more, really only applies to healthy marriages.
If you’re in an emotionally destructive marriage, doing those things makes the marriage worse. Some warnings for women, and a route to real healing.
Lots of us have issues in the bedroom. That’s not a big deal. Or is it?
Sometimes I get reader questions that I look at and think, “Oh, wow. That’s a sign of something really bad.” But we may not always realize it, because we don’t tend to talk about our sex lives in detail with other people.
So here are 10 red flags you just can’t ignore–10 things that you really must confront if they’re in your marriage.
Kathi Lipp and Erin McPherson wrote a great book called Hot Mamas. And in this awesome guest post Erin shares 20 quick ideas to help YOU initiate sex with your hubby tonight–because men want to wanted, not just placated.
Does sex always end up on the back burner because you’re just so absolutely exhausted?
Being too tired is one of the main reasons couples don’t make love. Here are 10 ways to stop that dangerous trend.
Ever have a question about sex and wonder if you’re the only one who would ask it? I bet you’re not alone! A collection of 10 questions from the Q&A session at one of my Girl Talks. Find your answers here!
So there you go–my Top 10 “Top 10” posts! I hope you enjoyed them!
And, as always, if you have any great ideas for list posts, let me know in the comments. I’m looking to fill up 2016 with lots of great ideas to spice up your sex life and improve your marriage, too.
Happy New Year!