A survey conducted by the National Opinion Research Center found that 13% of married men and 14% of married women said they were either “not very happy” or “not at all happy” with their sex lives. The same study showed that 22% of men and 15% of women had not had sex within the past year. Intimacy issues are not uncommon in marriages, but if you want to continue having a thriving marriage, it’s important to resolve these problems before they become more serious. Here are a few tips for resolving intimacy issues in your marriage.
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Intimacy is an important part of any relationship, and it’s no different for marriages. If you’re struggling with intimacy in your marriage, you’re not alone. A lack of intimacy can be frustrating and hurtful for both spouses. But the good news is that there are steps you can take to get your relationship back on track.
If your marriage is in trouble, you’ve probably already heard of the usual advice: go to counseling, focus on meeting each other’s needs, and so on. But these tips are meant for well-adjusted couples who just need a little help—not for seriously troubled marriages that may be on the verge of divorce. So what should you do if your spouse has threatened divorce? How do you save a marriage when it’s at rock bottom? The answer may surprise you. You need to tackle problems head-on and understand what your partner is feeling; otherwise, they will be unable to move past them with you.
Are you feeling stressed about your marriage? Here are some tips on how to deal with marriage stress so you can feel happier and more relaxed. How to deal with stress in marriage? There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to deal with marriage stress will vary depending on the […]
In an ideal world, parents would fall in love and get married before having children. These children would bring them closer together and the family would live happily ever after. While this is a beautiful vision, it’s not always what happens in reality. Parents often find themselves struggling to keep their marriage strong while raising children. It’s important to establish ways to care for each other as a couple while still caring for your children. This is essential to helping your marriage stay strong and healthy throughout the years of parenting you have ahead of you!
When two people decide to spend the rest of their lives together, they know that communication will almost always be key. But it’s not just about telling your spouse you’re running late or that you need to pick something up at the store on the way home—communication runs deep and can make or break a marriage. Unfortunately, sometimes a marriage can get off track and go through what seems like an unbearable period of silence (not literally, but you know what I mean). If you’re in this situation, there are some things you can do to get things back on track—but first, let’s explore why lack of communication happens in the first place:
Jealousy is often described as a green-eyed monster, and it can have destructive effects on marriages. Jealous husbands and wives may be constantly suspicious of their partners, thinking that they are cheating or looking for ways to hurt them. If jealousy is allowed to take over marriage, it can lead to resentment, bitterness, and even divorce. However, there are ways to overcome jealousy in marriage and restore harmony. By understanding the causes of jealousy and taking steps to deal with it, couples can protect their relationship from this destructive emotion.