Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

3 Things To Keep In Order~Love Marriage and THEN Sex

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Publisher Note: Being the baby boomer generation we instigated the sexual revolution and now 50% of all marriages end in divorce is there a correlation?

If you are starting a new relationship, maybe you should try something different with this new relationships and heed Michael’s advice below.


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Guest post on Love, Marriage and Sex by Relationship Expert Michael Webb

The other day a friend was sharing with Athena and me that when
their first son was born they were so excited at the new adventure
that they did some things they later regretted. One of those things
was to begin feeding him solid foods when he was only two months
old. Practically every authority recommends that you wait until a
baby is at least five or six months until they begin eating foods.
Their digestive systems aren’t typically mature enough to handle
solids and you greatly increase a child’s chance of having
allergies and other problems if you introduce food too soon.

Now here is some advice many of you probably don’t want to hear
about what you shouldn’t do early on in your relationship and I’ll
probably get a lot of nasty mail because of it. But I don’t write
on tough issues to be popular. I write it to help people have
blissful relationships.

If you want to have a blissful relationship, don’t ruin the chances
by introducing things into your relationship until you are ready
for it.

I’m constantly bewildered when people can’t figure out why they
keep having failed relationships when they muddle them with
physical intimacy. It’s fairly common for couples to kiss on their
first date, begin caressing soon afterwards and start a sexual
relationship within a few weeks or months of knowing each other.

While I’m not going to tell you how long you should wait to begin
kissing, hugging and making non-sexual contact, I’m going to boldly
state that our bodies and minds are not designed for sexual
relationships until marriage/life-time commitment. The two go hand
and hand and to try to separate them causes a lot of emotional turmoil
in our relationships.

The average American has ten sexual partners before they are
married. They either think each partner is “the one” or they think
sex is so wonderful they don’t want to miss out on the opportunity.
Sex is indeed wonderful and very special and saving it for the
wedding night is treating it as something special. Sharing it with
practically everyone you date makes it rather ordinary.

Here are just a few of the emotional problems pre-marital sex can
cause:

* When you sleep with someone you aren’t married to, they begin to
get concerned with how many other people you have slept with.

* If you are willing to have sex with someone you aren’t married
to, will you feel the same after you are married? Rates of affairs
are dramatically higher with those who engage in lots of pre-marital
sex compared to those who were virgins when married.

* One has a tendency to compare themselves with their mate’s
previous conquests. Since sexual relationships were designed for
married couples, your mind naturally begins pushing the
relationship further along than where you might be.

* You might not even know the person you are sleeping with but you
start forming an emotional attachment to them. Many couples who
really shouldn’t be together are married because a pre-marital
sexual relationship “bonded” them together when they wouldn’t have
bonded without being physically intimate.

I’ve talked with quite a few people who waited to begin a sexual
relationship until they were married and none of them have
regretted it. I’ve chatted with numerous people who began a sexual
relationship before the wedding and practically all of them had
regrets.

Now, I am NOT advocating that you blindly marry someone without
knowing their thoughts, ideas, dreams and wishes are regarding sex.
My 1000 Questions for Couples has 100s of questions about sex that
should be discussed prior to marriage.

You can read a review of the book on Baby Boomer Talk Online here:

1000 Questions for Couples

While waiting to have sex until you are married won’t guarantee a
blissful relationship, it will certainly cause your mate to honor
and respect you much more than if you didn’t.

Love, marriage and sex — let’s keep them in that order.

W H O I S M I C H A E L W E B B ?

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Michael Webb


Michael Webb is the worlds best known love/romance expert. He has
written over a dozen books on relationships and has appeared
on over 500 TV and radio shows. He is founder of the extremely
popular… Creative Date Ideas Site — and husband to Athena for over 20
years…

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