by Harriet Hairston
I’d like to present a challenge to all the married couples out there reading. Tara wrote an article not too long ago that discussed how often couples should have sex. She stopped short of issuing a challenge to have have sex every night for a month.
Well, in case you all hadn’t noticed, I’m an extremist when it comes to a lot of things. I want to pick up where Tara left off and actually issue the challenge. My husband and I have started, and boy, let me tell you–well, never mind. Just know that we’re having a GREAT time with it.
Here are a few principles I’ve applied to this challenge that have helped us enjoy one another in this manner:
Granted, most of these pointers are from a feminine standpoint. I would love to hear from husbands out there about the principles they apply towards sexual romance in their marriages. Men, leave a comment, please! Also, for the vixens out there, what kinds of pointers can you share that make you feel sexy (and sexable)?
Wow…30 straight days of sex may very well be every husband’s greatest dream. For wives, you will be surprised at the intimacy and transparency it will create in your marriage! Now seriously, it has long been rumored that single folks get more sex than married ones. I would like to lay that rumor to rest (pun intended)!
I’m planning on writing one article a week for the next month to let you know what I’ve learned OUTSIDE the bedroom as a result of heating things up INSIDE the bedroom. Who’s with me, BMWK? Would you like to try this challenge?
Harriet Hairston is a woman who slips and slides in and out of labels (military officer, human resource manager, minister, mentor, spoken word artist and teacher). The only ones that have stuck so far are “wife” and “mother” (the most important in her estimation). The rest have taught her well that only what she does for Christ will last. There is one more permanent label she holds: “author.” You can purchase her first book, “Who Are You?” simply by clicking on the link. You can also contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.