Apr 8, 2019
Variety may be the spice for Passionate Life
Surprise is apparently more satisfying than stability.
The realization that your marriage no longer supplies the charge it formerly did is then an invitation: Eschew predictability in favor of discovery, novelty, and opportunities for unpredictable pleasure. “A relationship,” Woody Allen proclaimed in his film Annie Hall, “is like a shark. It has to constantly move forward or it dies.” A marriage is likely to change shape multiple times over its lifetime; it must be continually rebuilt if it is to thrive.
Top of Mind for US
What’s the point of getting married?
“The point of marriage is not happiness. The point of marriage is growth.”
The growth that forces you to confront your weaknesses, insecurities, and fears is exactly what leads to the periods of happiness, trust, connection, passion, and commitment only a small handful of persistent and dedicated couples ever get to experience.
Question of the week
My wife of 14 years doesn’t want to have sex with me. When ever I bring it up we get into an argument and she yells..It’s not her problem. It’s my problem. I feel like she has some leftover resentment from things in the past. What can I do?
Dopest Couple in the World
Harry and Meghan - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
Doing it Well
Ladies what does your husband want from you in the bed?
Get completely naked
Touch him down there
Try something new every now and then
Give him signals
Let go and enjoy. Let him please you
Help him please you by telling him what you like
Suggesting a new technique
One Minute Word
Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow
--Anthony J. D’Angelo