Let’s Talk About Sex.

Written by Tia Glenn-Cooke

Have you had ‘the talk’? Or maybe avoided ‘the talk’?

Talking about sex and purity is an important and difficult task. Sheila Wray Gregoire has a ton of great tips for people who are wondering how to talk intimacy with their kids.

“If you want to be great parents, gross out your kids….You can’t give your child a message on purity and on ‘wait until you’re married’ if you’re also giving the message that ‘your dad and I don’t have any fun anymore’, because why wait for that?”

Who happily anticipates something that doesn’t seem worth waiting for?

Sheila knows it’s vital to be a living example of holy and healthy intimacy when talking to your kids about sex.

Are you looking forward to marriage? Check out Gary Thomas’ advice for singles!
Engaged? Here’s a to-do list you may not have considered.
Already married and finding yourself in a sexual slump? Hear more from Sheila!
Feeling alone, afraid, or just a little intimidated? Talk to a mentor here.

4 Responses to “Let’s Talk About Sex.”

  • Chris says:

    anonym….sorry to hear you are down….being a married person myself, i personally have learned that sex must be kept in perspective. we know that the body wont be around forever, so whatever is connected with it, sex included, needs to be kept in a proper perspective. for that reason the spiritual aspect of our lives needs top priority since that will last forever. i would encourage you to log onto knowingjesuspersonally.com or click talk to a mentor above so you can have this spiritual life that is so much greater than anything physical we can think or imagine. blessings to you!

  • Anonym says:

    Ok, so we did it before our marriage. We never connected on soul-level, but physically.

    now, after 24 years of marriage I loaf sex – I really don’t like it. Their is no cuddles, no “getting my brain switch on”, just a ” out of clothes and into bed”…

    I feel so deprived.

  • Sharon says:

    good video from Sheila but she DOES NOT answer about a slump in a marriage relationship without children and the marriage is good. otherwise good

  • Cindy Cote says:

    Now that I am in a relationship and we are close yet I wanted to wait what should I do to stop?

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