Many couples find the excitement of sex somewhat diminished within a few years of marriage. Their physical intimacy seems somehow perfunctory, unimaginative, even boring. Soon they are moving through life with
Almost everything around us – movies, magazines, social media, even our friends and relatives - approach sex as something we ‘do’. In other words, sex is seen primarily as an activity.
Many people see single life as the opportunity to have some fun and ‘live it up’ before they ‘settle down’ to marriage. In fact, some see it as vital to do
One of the greatest challenges couples face in our contemporary age is the presumption of sexual excitement. When the romance wanes, marriages are at risk - but what's a couple to do when
In his latest document, Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love), Pope Francis writes extensively about many aspects of marriage and family life. In amongst a lengthy and rich document is a section
Shaunti Feldhahn is an author and social researcher who specialises in marital relationships. In this article she responds to a question from a female reader about how often men need sex:
What is the issue with viewing sex as simply a recreational activity? Ron and Kathy Feher explore the consequences of thinking that sex is "just an activity".
Christopher West reflects on the Christian approach to the body. For more information on the Cor (ie the 'heart') Project or to subscribe visit. The Cor Project
Christopher West | The Cor Project | More: here “Why won’t you have sex with me?” she pleaded. “I want to learn to love you in the right way,” he responded with