About this episode . . .
Today we are exploring mismatched sex-drives and how your marriage can thrive in spite of it. Marriages have many seasons. When in the season of being mismatched, one spouse desires sex with greater frequency than the other. This oftentimes leads to frustration. It doesn’t have to. Let’s talk about how to call a truce to bedroom standoffs and move toward understanding.
We will be answering the questions:
- What are some reasons that a mismatched season can arise in a marriage?
- What do couples need to know about mismatched sex drives so that they work hard toward finding mutual agreement?
- If you are in a mismatched season, does your spouse know of your needs? Here are some ways to help you talk about this with your spouse.
- What are some specific things a couple can do to try to overcome the conflict of having mismatched sex drives?
Listen to the episode . . .
From the Bible . . .
Philippians 4:6-7, “Don’t worry about anything, but pray about everything. With thankful hearts offer up your prayers and requests to God. Then, because you belong to Christ Jesus, God will bless you with peace that no one can completely understand. And this peace will control the way you think and feel.”
Resources . . .
Bonny’s OysterBed7, Move Mismatched Sex Drives Toward Better
Hot, Holy & Humorous, Sexual Desire Differences: What If There’s Nothing Going Wrong? (guest post from Corey Allen, Ph.D. of Simple Marriage)
Hot, Holy & Humorous, When My Sex Life Sucked – Part 1
The Forgiven Wife, Sexual Intimacy and Depression
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