Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Let's Talk About Sex...

I heard about this book called "Sheet Music: Uncovering the Secrets of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage" a while ago and heard it was really awesome.  It's all about how God wants your marriage to be spiritual AND spicy.  A good sex life is SO important in a marriage.  I've talked to a lot of women in different churches who just don't feel like their sex life is important or fulfilling, and I have seen how harmful that can be to a marriage.  It's not supposed to be that way!!  I strongly believe God wants the marriage bed to be rockin'.

Right now "Sheet Music" is a FREE Kindle download.  I have just started reading it, so I can't say I agree with all of it, but what I've read so far, I love.  I think the church has come very far since the days that "sex" was a dirty word, but it's still a bit taboo, which is sad.  So far this book is pretty straightforward; the author mentions some people may be taken aback by some of the things covered, others may think he hasn't gone far enough.  It's not a how-to position book, it's about creating intimacy and fun in your marriage.  It's about having an awesome sex life THROUGHOUT your life.  Already he has touched on how a good sex life affects other aspects of your life.  A husband or wife that feels satisfied and safe and content in their marriage is more likely to feel happy in other areas of their life. 

If you don't have a Kindle, you can get free apps to either download this to your PC, your iPad, iPod, Android or Blackberry.  Like I said, I haven't read all of it yet, but check out the reviews on Amazon and see what you think.  FREE is a pretty darn good price.

This book is definitely written by a Christian, so if you are offended by that or that just doesn't interest you, I wouldn't recommend this book.  If religion/spirituality doesn't bother you, I think you will like this book.  Even if you don't, I think it will make you think and you may learn a bit about how men and women relate, and how they are similar and different.