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How to Move Your Marriage from Fizzle to Sizzle

Ladies, tomorrow is my big party day for Honey, I Don't Have a Headache Tonight!
If you find that you'd just as soon eat chocolate as you would snuggle with your hubby, then you might find that there's some tension in your marriage. We women and men don't tend to see sex in the same way. I always say that men make love to feel loved, whereas women need to feel loved to make love. For us, it's much of a relationship thing. For men, it's a fundamental part of affirmation.
No wonder we have such problems with it in marriage!
I've struggled with this myself in my marriage, and I want to help. First, tomorrow I'm going to be talking about this online, and you can listen! Have you signed up for the most fun teleseminar ever? I'll be hosting it at 3:00 EST! If you can't listen live, you can listen to the recording later, but do stop by and send me some questions! You can register here:

And today, to give you a taste of that teleseminar, you can listen to my podcast on how to turn your marriage from fizzle to sizzle! It's fun & short, so it's perfect to listen to while you surf the web!

And tomorrow we'll talk throughout the day about how to overcome a lot of the issues we often have in our sexual lives. Do stop by! There will be lots going on, and lots of prizes to be won on all my blog scavenger hunts and Twitter parties! More details later.

But for now, listen to this podcast. It's a lot of fun!

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At 8:34 AM , Blogger Mrs W said…

I guess this is sometimes where I have difficulty. Your husband has just treated you like crap and then he wants to "make up" by sex so that HE can feel loved. Doesn't he realize that if you don't feel loved by him that you really won't be in the mood? And why is it selfish for a woman not to want to have sex with her husband when he hasn't loved her, but it's not selfish for a man to demand sex? I just don't understand.

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