10 Love Songs That’ll Make You Take Him for a Spin on the Dance Floor, or Roll Around on the Bedroom Floor

BY: - 5 Jun '13 | Marriage

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I was listening to my iTunes on shuffle the other day and a bunch of love songs happened to play all around the same time, which is unusual. Since I was driving, normally, I would fast forward through the slow songs. But this time, I let them play they made me reminisce on the years past with my boo thang. These songs then had me daydreaming about taking him for a spin on the dance floor…or around the bedroom floor, whichever comes first. So I thought I’d share some of those love songs with you.

Rest of Our Lives by Jeffrey Osbourne

(I honestly had never heard this song until 8 years ago, when my husband told me we should have it as our wedding song. Who was I to argue?).

Lyrics:

I’m in love with you
I know you feel exactly like I do
Why don’t we plans our futures (now)
We have been so blessed
And we could share a life of happiness
If you would just say, yes

[Chorus]

Would you take my hand and say ‘I do”
I willl promise to take care of you
And together we will hope-fullly
Be in love for the Rest of our Lives, oohh

And when the time arrives,
I’l be standing firmly at your side
Until the day I die
My love,
When we take our vows
Our families and friends will be so proud
As tears our joy come tumbling down

[Chorus]

Oooh
A Blessed Day
Will always be great from this moment on
We’ll take that kiss
That kiss that turns two hearts into one
And with my ring upon your finger
Shinning so bright,
We both will smile walk down the isle
Husband and wife

[Chorus]

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Christine St. Vil wrote 152 articles on this blog.

Christine St.Vil is co-author of the Whose Shoes Are Your Wearing: 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want to Be. A happy wife to an amazing hubby of 8 years, and homeschooling mother of three, she teaches moms how to FLY (First Love Yourself). She uses her corporate background to work with women who are ready to start a new business, accelerate their career growth & design a life they love. She's on a mission to help moms to battle the mom guilt epidemic, so they can begin to put themselves first on their never-ending list of priorities.

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Can an Affair Save Your Marriage?

BY: - 5 Jun '13 | Marriage

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Is your marriage is trouble?  Are you in a rocky place and you really don’t know what to do to fix things? Have you considered an affair?  Don’t worry, I am not there with you so you can be completely honest right now?  If you have, do you think that having an affair might save your marriage… that it might make you stay?  If your answer is yes, you aren’t the only one.

Recently on the Today Show there was a discussion about a new survey indicating that 1 in 3 women said that their own infidelity actually helped boost their sex life with their spouse.  Even more surprising – over half of the women surveyed said that having an affair made it easier for them to stay in their marriage.  Are you shocked?  I sure was.  Who would think that the one thing known for tearing marriages apart is now being credited for keeping them intact?  Can you say Twilight Zone?

I think there are a few things wrong with this line of thinking.  One issue is the fact that it really just looks at the short term.  Sure, maybe having a passionate affair makes a woman feel sexy and desired, and as a result she feels compelled to enjoy sex with her husband more.  But, what happens in the long run?  What if her husband finds out?  What if her children find out?  And, even worse, what happens when things in her marriage fizzle again and she needs another fix?  Is another affair in order?

The other critical problem with claiming that an affair can save a marriage is the message it sends.  If a marriage is so out of sync that your impulse is to cheat, the right thing to do is fight the impulse – not give in, right?  Plus, doing something you vowed never to do, in an effort to save your marriage, is just counterintuitive.  If your marriage is in trouble, seek counseling.  Talk to your spouse.  Pray together.  Reconnect by taking a trip away. But, whatever you do, please don’t cheat because you think cheating might fix things.  It won’t.  And even if it did, I can promise that it really is just an illusion, and things will eventually fall apart in a major way.

The sanctity of marriage is something that should be taken seriously, and when a vow you make to someone you love is broken – by you – pretending that it can fix things is absurd.  People cheat for many reasons.  They feel neglected.  They think they are falling out of love.  They believe that their spouse doesn’t desire them.  But, let’s be clear – cheating on your spouse is a bad idea – even if a few women out there claim that it saved their marriage.  And remember, saying that your marriage survived an affair, and claiming that the affair saved your marriage, are two very different things.  Those women who were surveyed may not know it yet, but their marriages are probably still in plenty of trouble.  I hope they figure out a better way to make things work.

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BMWK Family, do you think having an affair can save a marriage? 

 

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Martine Foreman wrote 460 articles on this blog.

Martine Foreman is a speaker, writer, lifestyle consultant, and ACE-certified Health Coach who specializes in helping moms who want more out of life but feel overwhelmed and confused. Through her content and services, Martine is committed to helping women embrace their personal truth, gain clarity, and take action to create healthier, happier lives. For more on Martine's candid views on life and love, visit her at candidbelle.com. To work with her, visit her at martineforeman.com. Martine resides in Maryland with her husband, two kids and sassy cat Pepper.

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