Tag: Nurturing a Relationship

One Tip for Intimacy (In Today’s Busy World)

Have your mornings lost their passion and connection? Do you find yourself rushing out of bed and out the door having barely spoken to your partner? Or are you so exhausted from your day that you fall asleep before hugging, kissing or connecting with your partner? We and many couples we talk to have lives that are so busy and hectic, that they barely stop, to look at each other and connect.

One day I went to our bookshelf and there was the “The Tao of Sexology” by Dr. Stephen T. Chang. I was reminded about the Morning and Evening Prayer. It’s a way to connect in busy times. Lewis and I like it for that very reason. We don’t do it every day and sometimes a week or two will go by but we are happy when we do take the time for this practice.

In a nutshell, a couple lays together naked for about 5 minutes with lips locked. The man does penetrate the woman and you breathe together. There is an energetic flow that feels good. This technique is simple, intimate and best of all can be tailored to your time frame.

Good Luck !

What Are You Waiting For?

Don’t be like us.  We waited too long to do even one thing different or gain one piece of informations that could have helped us in our previous relationships.

Recently we coached a couple whose relationship was nearly dead.  By the grace of God,  they realized their deep commitment to each other, and finally reached out for some support.

Feeling overwhelmed, they didn’t want to bite off more than they could chew.  We offered them one tool from our relationship toolbox.  They committed to using it.   With this tool, they were able to get their relationship moving forward.  The absolute pain and misery is over. This one life preserver is saving their relationship.  That’s all they want for now.

Maybe that’s all you need. So please……don’t suffer excrutiating pain any longer.  Give us a call and let us help you unfold what you already know or offer you one of the tools in our toolbox and see what happens.

Do You Have Time For A Relationship?

Diane and I were sitting with a single friend of ours recently.  She mentioned wanting to find Mr. Right.  Later in our conversation, our friend told us about her grueling work schedule.  “It doesn’t sound like you have time for a relationship with that kind of schedule,”  I said. Days later, we got an email from our friend thanking me for my comment, as she realized that if she wants Mr. Right to show up, she needs to create some space for him in her life. 

Right after my divorce,  I had my daughter living with me every other week.  During those weeks, I had no time for anything other than my job and taking care of my daughter.  I remember feeling that I didn’t have time in my life for a relationship.  That allowed me to relax into being single without my attention thinking about a new relationship.

If you are single, do you have the time for a relatiomship?  If you are in a relationship, are you allowing enough time to nurture it?