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The challenges in your sexual relationship can offer a glimpse into the unhealthy dynamics playing out in your life and marriage.

Understanding and addressing your role in these difficult interactions will help you create an intimate relationship that can be a place of solace for both parties—where each partner feels desired, valued, and cared for. 

In this new podcast episode, I join Melissa of the Family Brand podcast to discuss our ability to find fulfillment in sexual relationships and how couples can overcome common roadblocks that interfere with desire, passion, and connection. 

Listen to the full episode to learn more about: 

    •    Meanings that interfere with desire and sexual connection

    •    Becoming more capable of desire and connection in marriage

    •    Navigating intimacy during every phase of marriage—from newlywed to empty nest

    •    Balancing our need for autonomy with our need for connection (making room for two in marriage)

    •    Self-authoring and its relationship to desire 

    •    Increasing eroticism and connection with our partners

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