This is the fourth in my series on choices that lead to The Path of Intimacy. Go here to see where this started and get a complete list of the related posts in this series. Today’s post closely relates to my last two, choosing Trust and Transparency in your marriage, so go back and read […]
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I posted last time about the first choice that will lead your marriage down the Path of Intimacy: transparency. Why is transparency so important? Because the highest form of intimacy comes from being known completely and yet loved absolutely. I understand that getting “naked” before your spouse can be a scary proposition, but there is
This is the second in my series on intimacy. Go here to see where this started and get a complete list of the related posts in this series. I mentioned last time that men and women tend to look at intimacy differently. In general, and I know I’m stereotyping a little here, men think
Intimacy is a funny thing. Not ha-ha funny. But strange funny. Ask a dozen people what intimacy is, and you’ll get 13 different answers. Men and women tend to define intimacy differently, and I think there are also some generational differences in how people look at it. It’s elusive and hard to pin down.
Understanding what the Bible says about these touchy words can help move you from a knee-jerk reaction to a godly response. A Wives Only Wednesday post Words inherently carry with them the baggage we have gained over our personal history, providing us with innate emotional responses. Today I’d like us to examine some emotion-triggering words to