The Christian Couple’s Guide When He’s Not Up to It

I have decided to move one of my first and most popular posts to a separate website from my main blog:

the3vees.wordpress.com

The Christian Couple’s Guide When He’s Not Up To It

I’m glad I wrote it & thankful for the encouraging feedback I’ve received. There’s much shame around this relationship dynamic, and shame thrives on silence & secrecy, so it’s an important topic to bring in the open. That being said, as I continue to write, I find myself hesitating to share other posts with people I know in person, because I’m not necessarily ready for them to scroll down the blog and learn details about my sex life.

In the article itself, I shared why it can be so difficult to talk about the higher-drive woman/lower-drive man dynamic. It’s an important discussion that I don’t want to stop having, but I also want to have more control over when and with who that conversation happens. In order to do that, I decided to move it off main blog, but still keep it available online as an independent article. I also changed the original title. Personally, I prefer “Viagra, Vibrators, and Vulvas, Oh My!” but if I’m honest about my intended audience, it might be a bit too much.

I know some people have felt hesitant to click into the article because of the title, so in order to make it more accessible, I’ve decided to go with “The Christian Couple’s Guide When He’s Not Up To It.” I’ve made a lot of edits along the way, and I think it’s a stronger article than the one I originally posted.

If you feel comfortable, please feel free to share my article far and wide and post on social media. It’s a much more common relationship dynamic than people realize (and even if it’s not your story right now, it probably will be at some point in your relationship). Bringing the conversation out in the open helps remove the shame under which so many suffer.

the3vees.wordpress.com – The Christian Couple’s Guide When He’s Not Up to It

Thank you for your support on this journey!


Title image is The Soul of the Rose, by John William Waterhouse.

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