Her Bedroom empowers married women to be intentional about kindling intimacy for a healthy sustainable marriage by understanding God's design for intimacy in marriage.
We're not just talking about sex but really understanding how to communicate intimacy to your husband in a powerful way through:
The Wedding Night: 5 key questions you were too afraid to ask then but are ready to ask now.
Nurturing our marriage relationship is a huge part of our daily lives but there's not many conversations in the business sector about building and/or maintaining healthy intimacy in our marriage by God's design.
Kindling intimacy with your husband is a private matter, yet a monumental component of your marriage. When I say intimacy, it's not all about sex. Sex is easy. Intimacy is not.
In part three, Her Bedroom, you’ll learn how to intentionally enhance intimacy with your husband through communications strategies, letting go of preconceived ideas, and understanding and applying biblical principles.
I often say, you can be drop dead gorgeous like Jennifer Lopez or Halle Berry and not sustain a marriage. Marriage is a spiritual commitment and holy union, therefore, you can't use natural remedies to maintain a spiritual connection.
25 years of marriage
You’ll learn communication techniques specific to a marriage relationship.
You’ll learn how to speak your spouse’s love language.
You’ll learn how to communicate your needs in a way that’s both beneficial and satisfying without feeling like you are just going through the motions.
All with the result of a sweeter, kinder, more thoughtful and intentional marriage.
Many times, support around marriage is about communication, being considerate of each other's needs and other important areas, but let's be honest, not many counselors or life coaches are talking about intimate issues that go unaddressed for years.
Trust me, I know! I look forward to sharing my story with you.
I was never bold enough or confident to talk to my girlfriends about intimate issues because quite frankly, it was embarrassing. I was ashamed that I didn't know how to build intimacy with my husband. Everybody seem to have gone to intimacy university but I missed that class.
I am here to tell you, you are not alone. It is God's desire that marriages maintain love, joy, and intimacy but the intentional efforts can easily get lost in any marriage. I am your sister in the journey and would love to walk alongside you.