12 Ways To Turn A Woman On Without Physical Contact

BY: - 23 Oct '13 | Marriage

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Want to learn how to turn a woman on? Well, you have come to the right place. What you are about to read will give you different ways to peak a woman’s interest and can even arouse her. No this isn’t about where to kiss her, and different ways to touch her body. We are talking about achieving this without ever laying a finger on her. Non physical attributes play a big role in generating attraction with a woman, and here are 12 that can truly have an impact.

1. Intelligence

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For a lot of women, a smart man is a sexy man. Knowledge is power, and it can definitely intrigue a woman. Now I know what some of you are thinking, "nerds don't get the girls". Well some do. And the one's that don't have allowed other turn offs to overshadow this great attribute. Having the ability to carry on an intelligent conversation can have a very positive effect on a woman.

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Stephan Labossiere wrote 52 articles on this blog.

Stephan Labossiere is a Certified Life & Relationship Coach, Speaker, and Author of the #1 Best Seller "God Where Is My Boaz" as well as the Award Winning book "How To Get A Woman To Have Sex With You...If You're Her Husband". Stephan is on a mission to help men and women experience happier, healthier, and more fulfilling relationships. He is a highly sought after coach and speaker who has been seen, heard and chronicled in various national and international media outlets. You can also checkout Stephan on Youtube.


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25 WordPress comments on “12 Ways To Turn A Woman On Without Physical Contact

  1. Lynn

    First let me say…”WOW”!! Your list was dead on! I wish more mean would understand this list. As you said these things are not only beneficial to women but to them as well. Please put out a list for women. I’m curious to see how many qualities I possess from the list.

    I thoughly enjoyed this and look forward to reading more of your work!

    Lynn Isaac

    1. Relationship Coach

      Thank you Lynn : ). I believe a lot of men have seen men get plenty of women with much less, so some aren’t as willing to embrace a list like this. I am going to work on making a list for the women as well. I’m glad you enjoyed the article.

  2. Wambui

    I Couldn’t agree more with your list. I feel validated now and know I am on the right track. I am not too picky and no I am not looking for Mr. Perfect. Thanks

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  4. Nicole

    Wow, this list is amazing. Now I understand why I’m attracted to this guy that has all 12 traits. My feelings are justified. Now just to get him to notice I’m attracted to him.

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  6. Shamontiel

    I agree with all of these but no. 12. I’m far more turned off by someone who is overly religious. Someone who does things wrong all the time and says “Only God can judge me” is as annoying as someone who thanks God for finding a parking spot. But I’m agnostic so I just don’t get into it. I 100% agree with no. 1-11 though. *thumbs up*

  7. C

    You are very much on point!! Regarding spirituality, don’t forget to mention that we love it but the man doesn’t need to be preachy all the time. For me, when every conversation we have turns into you bringing a sermon or a bible study, I find that to be a MAJOR TURN OFF!!!!

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  9. Mindstamina

    I disagree with the part about spirituality. I am an Atheist and yet I am very disciplined while committed to helping others instead of simply pointing fingers like many religious people do. I felt a sense of bias in that one and mad en me not take the list as serious afterwards.

    1. Relationship Coach

      I can understand your position Mindstamina but #12 wasn’t saying that only spiritual people can be disciplined. Just like the rest on this list it is just a trait that many women do admire partially due to the aspect of the discipline it requires. So it wasn’t about bias, no more than adding being a handyman was. Just a list of traits that you can find many women are turned on by.

  10. Maria Rimmer

    Totally spot on 1-11 for me anyway . Regarding God as an external influence is a turn off , a man spiritually connected , in tune with himself and others and is work in progress then yes a great big turn on

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5 Things Married Couples Can Learn from Children to Make Their Relationships Stronger

BY: - 23 Oct '13 | inspiration

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Aren’t children great… most of the time? lol. When I was a classroom teacher, I spent a lot of time with different types of kids and saw that these little people embody some of the best qualities of what it means to be human. Now as a married woman, I think that following in the footsteps of babes can actually enhance my marriage.

Here are five things that children do well that we can learn from to strengthen our marriages.


Kids are notorious for being best friends one minute and in the next minute being worst enemies. They fight, forgive, and then move on. In our marriages, we are bound to have conflict, but how long do you want to lick your wounds? How many times do you want to rehash the same story to prove a point? How long are you going to hold a grudge? I know, as adults, the topics, points of contentions, and emotions can “get real,” but if we keep love and commitment at the core of our marriages, it can become easier to forgive.


Children have an insatiable thirst for knowing more. They love asking, “why” and “how do you know?” I think we can apply a similar level of curiosity with our spouses. Never get too settled or get the impression that you know everything about your spouse. Taking a stance of intimate curiosity will inspire all types of emotional, sexual, and spiritual exploration and discovery.


Kids take things at face value, unless they have been given a reason not to. In our society, it has become commonplace, even within marriages, to be afraid to trust. But if you married your spouse and they have done nothing to betray your trust all of these years, why not just assume that you chose wisely until proven otherwise? How much energy and time do you really have to be concocting scenarios about where you think they really are going or who they are really talking to. Trust is a decision and a risk, but so is marriage. Try trust first and see where it takes you.


Kids love pleasure, love to have a good ‘ol time, and love to laugh. With the weight of bills, government shut downs, crazy bosses, and health concerns, make sure you factor in time to play into your marriage.  Some of my treasured memories with my husband include chasing each other around the house and singing really loud and off key on a road trip and laughing around our respective dumbness. These “play dates” will keep you both connected and youthful.

Living In the Moment

Like play, you will be hard pressed to find a kid thinking about having to do their homework when they are hanging out with their friends, watching television, or listening to music. Similarly, when you are with your spouse, be.with. them. and only them in that moment. Time flies and you don’t want your memories with your spouse to be a blur or worse— a litany of things that you took care of, but in the end, really aren’t that important. The dishes, laundry, and in many cases—the kids— can wait.

BMWK– I listed only five things that children do well, but I know there are more. What do you think? What can we learn from children?

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