The Unveiled Wife: Embracing Intimacy with God and Your Husband by Jennifer SmithAs a young bride, Jennifer Smith couldnt wait to build her life with the man she adored. She dreamed of closeness, of being fully known and loved by her husband. But the first years of marriage were nothing like shed imagined. Instead, they were marked by disappointment and pain, as Jennifer and her husband struggled to become physically intimate. Trapped by fear and insecurity, and feeling totally alone, Jennifer cried out to God: What am I doing wrong? Why is this happening to us? It was as if a veil had descended between her and her husband, and between her and God--one that kept her from experiencing the fullness of love.How did Jennifer and her husband survive the painful times? What did they do when they were tempted to call it quits? How did God miraculously step in during the darkest hour to rescue and redeem them, tearing down the veil once and for all? The Unveiled Wife is a real-life love story; one couples refreshingly raw, transparent journey touching the deep places in a marriage that only God can reach. If you are feeling disappointment or even despair about your marriage, the heart-cry of this book is: You are not alone. Discover through Jennifers story how God can bring you through it all to a place of transformation.
My Personal Struggle With Intimacy In Marriage - Marriage Series
A marriage lacking intimacy
Y ou captivated me when we first met. You were fiercely attractive and hugely independent, and you burned brighter than anybody else in the room. I had never encountered a woman like you. I was handsome, fit, funny and successful. I believe I still am.
October 21, 4 min read. Dear Wife: There is absolutely no doubt that our relationship is based on love. You are the best wife and mother. Your love and companionship are a blessing to me and to our children. We have made a wonderful life together, and I hope to grow old with you.
At this point in our relationship I feel like a platonic friend, business partner and I've brought up the fact that I've been unhappy with the lack of sex on a actively rebuilding physical Intimacy in our relationship, not just waiting for it to.
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Grammy Meagle taught me that. She died at the age of 84 … sandwiched between two 30 year olds. Previous Letter Monday June 1, Share Tweet Tumbl. Darling if you want me to be My husband and I have been married for 17 years and we have four children. We met in college and married a few years later.
Please don't roll your eyes and forward this to your not-again folder. I really want to get your advice. Married over fifteen years, professional businessman in forties, very healthy, still fancy my wife. But it's always been a relationship where I had to initiate any intimacy. But here's the challenge: her health has deteriorated somewhat over the last five years and sex is off the menu. She won't discuss sex and I'm made to sound like some sex-crazed person, so it's become a tricky subject to bring up.