I am so excited to talk about today’s topic!
The idea for this podcast episode was partially inspired by an upcoming podcast episode I’ll be releasing in a few weeks. I interviewed an author, GS Youngblood.
His tip was about how foreplay begins the moment your past sexual encounter ends, and that foreplay should be done throughout the day not immediately before sexual intercourse.
I’ve thought a lot about foreplay and I have been more intentional about making foreplay great in my marriage. Today I want to share a few ideas that I’ve learned from my own experience and from others that I admire about meaningful foreplay in sex.
Now, let’s talk about what foreplay is, how to do it right, why some couples may struggle with foreplay, and end with some specific, actionable things you can do right away to make better foreplay an amazing and rewarding part of your marriage.
Otros episodios de "Get Your Marriage On! with Dan Purcell"
95: Hormones, Periods, and Sex
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43:02I used to think that a woman’s period was just nature’s way of telling you that you’re not pregnant. But there’s so much more to understanding one’s cycle. Did you know that a woman’s cycle can be broken down into four phases, and each phase has their own superpower? That understanding your hormones and what they’re there for can give you more confidence and energy? And what foods should you eat (and what to avoid) to help support a healthy body and hormone levels? Ashlee has personal experience with PMS, debilitating period pain, and infertility is what ultimately set her on a journey to learn more about how food and lifestyle affect hormone health, and eventually creating her signature course, Cycle Strategy 101, as well as Exercise and Hormones, and Cycle Sexcess. As you’ll see, Ashlee is passionate about teaching women how to tap into their superpowers by honoring their cyclical rhythms. Links mentioned in this podcast episode: Wild Power In the Flo Julva
94: Masculine Leadership in Relationships
41:52Do you ever wish your husband would take more initiative in the bedroom? Our podcast this week is all about masculine leadership within the bedroom (please note: this is not to diminish or replace feminine leadership). GS Youngblood is an author and coach for men. GS teaches how important being grounded, taking the lead, and responding rather than reacting is within your marriage. I hope you learn something from GS, as I know I did! #getyourmarriageon #marriagepodcast #relationshippodcast #sexcoachpodcast #christiansexpodcast
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93: How to Fix a Sexless Marriage
38:29I’ve learned that intimacy problems can creep into the marriage because of unrealistic expectations and patterns of avoiding the issue. Whether it’s performance anxiety, body image issues, or even a sexless marriage, you can break out of your patterns that keep you stuck by getting a clearer understanding of your dynamic. I’m honored to have Braxton Dutson on the podcast today to talk about what to do when you find yourself in a marriage where sex is not as satisfying. Braxton Dutson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and certified sex therapist (CST) through AASECT. He hosts the sexual health podcast called Birds and Bees Podcast which provides education for couples and parents about sexual health topics to improve their relationships with each other and have sexual health conversations with their children. If that wasn’t enough, Braxton is an adjunct professor of human sexuality at the University of Utah college of social work.
92: Painful Sex No More
42:16Experiencing pain with sex is, unfortunately, all too common for many women. According to one peer-reviewed study I read out of Australia, 20% of women regularly experience pain with sex. Other research suggests that just about every woman at one point in their life will experience pain with sex. But sex shouldn’t be painful. There are tons of resources and therapies out there to make sex better for everyone. Today I have as my guest Dr. Rose Schlaff. She’s a pelvic floor physical therapist and sex nerd that specializes in helping women enjoy sex and heal from painful sex. In this episode, we do a deep dive into what causes pain with sex, the different types of pain, and what you can do to heal from it to make sex great for you and your spouse. For more information about Dr. Schlaff visit the following: Website: https://www.bewellwithrose.com/ Instagram: @bewellwithrose Free Guide Mentioned in Episode: www.bewellwithrose.com/guide
91: How to Talk Dirty Without Feeling Dirty or Awkward
44:18Let’s get one thing out of the way first — dirty talk isn’t dirty. It’s actually an intimate form of communication to let your spouse into your heart and mind. It’s a way to express the erotic part of you with your lover. It’s about using your words to arouse. The nice thing about married sex is that it’s a place you can go where things don’t have to be so cleaned up. You can be less formal with each other and use language with each other you wouldn’t use in another context – creating more arousal, intimacy and excitement. If “talking dirty” (and I put that in air quotes) is something you’ve always found awkward or have no idea where to start, you’re in for a treat! This episode with Melanie Studley will hopefully help you and your lover discover a new way to draw closer together and have some sexy fun!
90: Healing from Sexual Trauma
34:25Abuse of any kind, whether it’s physical, emotional, or sexual, is evil and wrong. Sexual abuse is particularly harmful because our sexuality is so personal to us. There is often some shame around our sexuality anyway, and the abuser takes advantage of it to make us feel less worthy. But healing is possible! If abuse is part of your story, I hope today’s episode gives you hope. Today’s guest is Nicole Graf. She’s a champion for sexy & intimate marriages as well as a Christ follower. She’s a certified Stress Management Consultant, has a degree in psychology and helps others overcome sexual abuse and find healing & hope. Something that stood out to me a lot in this interview with Nicole is just the power of forgiveness and gratitude. Like those two themes just came up over and over and over for me and how important it is to get outside help and to have a really good, solid education on what really is supposed to be and not supposed to be. And the value of good role models. There's so much goodness, in this episode, I hope you listened to the very end and learn a lot from it just as I did. @nakedheartcoach
89: Foreplay Throughout The Day
27:13I am so excited to talk about today’s topic! The idea for this podcast episode was partially inspired by an upcoming podcast episode I’ll be releasing in a few weeks. I interviewed an author, GS Youngblood. His tip was about how foreplay begins the moment your past sexual encounter ends, and that foreplay should be done throughout the day not immediately before sexual intercourse. I’ve thought a lot about foreplay and I have been more intentional about making foreplay great in my marriage. Today I want to share a few ideas that I’ve learned from my own experience and from others that I admire about meaningful foreplay in sex. Now, let’s talk about what foreplay is, how to do it right, why some couples may struggle with foreplay, and end with some specific, actionable things you can do right away to make better foreplay an amazing and rewarding part of your marriage.
88: Money and Intimacy
32:00There are so many parallels between money and intimacy when it comes to marriage. For many people, money represents security. When money issues creep up, it can threaten our ability to trust our spouse. Issues revolving around spending habits in a marriage can add a lot of stress to the relationship. We also bring to a marriage two different world views on money, creating an opportunity for growth – requiring both people to lean in to each other and get more honest with each other throughout the process. Today I interview Juli and Thomas from Marriage Puzzle. They are marriage coaches who help others overcome pain points around money, intimacy, and communication so that they can go from feeling overwhelmed to feeling secure in their marriage.
87: Healing From Pornography
1:04:06You’re about to meet my guests on today’s episode, Zach and Darcy Spafford. Zach used to struggle with habitual pornography use and Darcy struggled with trying to figure out what to do with her feelings of hurt and mistrust. After applying certain tools and committing to serious growth together, they’ve not only overcome but are now thriving together in their relationship, as you’ll see! They now host a podcast titled: The Self Mastery Podcast: Overcome Pornography Whether or not porn use is part of your story in your marriage, I hope you learn as much as I did from Zach and Darcy’s courage and the action they took! You might also be interested in my Life After Pornography App!
86: Initiating Sex
30:01Initiating sex can be a very powerful way to communicate love and desire to your spouse. Initiating is a powerful bid for connection. It’s a way of saying, “I want to connect with you.” Initiating can be very intimate. And it’s very validating to be wanted sexually. To prepare for this episode, I ran an informal survey of our Instagram followers to get a better idea of what other couples struggle with when it comes to initiating. The answers were enlightening and I saw several patterns in the responses. I hope you find this episode just as insightful! Enjoy.