We’ve all been there. Emotions bubble up and reactions get going and you find yourself arguing – sometimes very heatedly – in front of the kids. Their eyes are wide, they might be showing some signs of distress, or you might just think that they’re busy on their iPad. Whatever it is, it does affect them, but I’m not here to make you feel guilty about that. I’m here to tell you what to do if that does happen.
I know that one of the number one things women like or need or crave in a marriage is to feel safe, connected, protected, and like they’re on a team with their husband. In this post I’m going to talk about one of the most exciting things that I have ever developed and is giving amazing results for my clients. So, if you want to learn how to transform your arguments into intimacy, keep on reading, and for goodness sakes, please put it into practice!
I want to speak from the heart, and just simply share the message that you are not too much. You are not too introverted or extroverted. You are not too needy or enthusiastic or quiet or uptight or easygoing or anything like that. You are who you need to be in your relationship, and I want you to stop trying or wanting to be like your partner. The only way that you’re going to build intimacy connection is to fully accept and embrace everything that you are.
Today, I’m going to talk about the four traps that couples get into after having kids. If you want to know what they are and how to avoid them, or what to do instead, keep on reading!
Today I am going to be talking about how to move past an event that you’re having a hard time getting over using my favourite technique. Watch the video below or keep reading to find out!
There are many ways to get rid of resentment, but today I’m going to give you the one that has been the most successful as I work with clients, and in my own life. Before I do that, I want to introduce myself. My name is Janna Denton-Howes. I am a marriage coach. I am also the creator of two programs, 30 Days To Wanting It More, which helps married women with low libido, and, The Marriage Mastery Club.
For many years in my marriage, I felt like I was in a little tiny box with my sexuality, and it was so uncomfortable. I felt stuck. I felt suffocated in there. I have since come to realize that it was the box of distorted male sexuality which our culture promotes.
I get asked all the time. “How do I tell my husband that I don’t like sex very much?” I’m going to tell you my advice, but before I do that, let me introduce myself. My name is Janna Denton-Howes, and I’m a marriage coach. I also go by husband whisperer, and chief libido officer. I am the creator of two programs, 30 Days to Wanting it More and the Marriage Mastery Club.
Sex doesn’t have to be so darn serious! Today I’m going to share five funny sex moments of real life couples. Keep on reading if you want to know more!
I really believe that so much of the struggle that couples are dealing with when it comes to sex, is based around the fact that we are trying to emulate “movie sex”, rather than going for the real sex that most individuals will start to look forward to. My intention with this post is to help you focus on what really matters, not what you think should matter, and start to look forward to it. Before I do that, I want to introduce myself. My name is Janna Denton Howes. I am a marriage coach, and my specialty is sexuality, and helping women with low libido look gorgeous again, or for the first time. I am the creator of a program called 30 Days to Wanting it More.