A few words from some of our awesome listeners.
Just wanted to send a thank you to you for your podcast. I first learned of your podcast when Corey was on the Simple Mom Podcast. I was hooked I love your perspective.
My husband and I are in our mid-thirties and have two small children, 2 and 4. I am a stay at home mom and my husband works outside of the house in a high stress job. We used to have an incredibly hot sex life, but with kids and other responsibilities and just being plain exhausted our sex life took the back seat. Although historically my husband had most often initiated sex as the “high desire spouse”, I thought I want sex with my husband and we are not having as much sex as I would like to have. Your podcast challenged me to shake things up a bit and think outside of our routine. Now we are both initiating encounters and just plain flirting with each other more. Thank you for helping us rediscover the heat in our relationship! ~ J.K.
My husband and I hit a rough spot in our marriage this year after 18 years of marriage. I don’t feel we had a problem with our sex life, but it wasn’t as open as it could have been. In seeking help for our marriage I found your podcast and introduced it to my husband. We have found it helpful in analyzing our own actions and patterns of communication and self improvement in our relationship. We are not religious but believe in the beauty of married sex. I appreciate your ability to discuss issues and how to conduct our lives with integrity, passion and good communication with our spouse. ~ M
I absolutely loved, Episode 38: Is Unconditional Love in Marriage a Myth?. I listened to this episode twice because it was so eye opening for me. My husband and I have been together for 22 years but the last few months have been…well they just suck.
Long story short, after I listened to the episode, my husband and I talked about what changes we as a couple and individually could do to better our marriage and ourselves. We discussed what we would do if this was the end of our marriage and we went our separate ways. We both realized before we could be in a relationship with another person, if we were single, we would make changes to improve ourselves to become attractive to the opposite sex. It became so clear to us that if we would do this as single people why wouldn’t we do those same changes to be more attractive to each other. We have both committed to making the needed changes. Surprisingly, our sex life has become much better since this discussion.
I am so glad to have found this podcast on iTunes. Keep up the great work. ~ J.C.