Married sex is also not about lust, but about connection. Can I suggest these posts as places to get more perspective on the very sensitive (but so important) topic of married sex?
But honestly, flirting–like marriage–can be about so much more than just physical intimacy.
Discover that and you’ll feed the fire of sexual intimacy as an awesome extra!
You assumed that flirting with your husband would always be easy, right?
I want to help you recapture that spark in your marriage by encouraging you with some great tips on how to flirt with your man.
Let’s talk more about what flirting (that doesn’t lead to sex) can look like.
We often think that flirting with our spouse has to mean bringing flowers, sending love notes and sexy lingerie. Check out this video for a fun flirting idea (something fun my husband and I spontaneously did together)! And, alternatively, share with him what makes you feel loved!
Each week, we try to spend several times together discussing God’s word and praying over our family.
I shared about that here (and how to make couples devotions a regular habit–one without guilt! We try to do this while watching a movie, walking into church, going on a hike, etc.
I really, really like it when my husband wears a certain cologne.
I always joke with him, “You smell too good to leave this house.” Speaking of that…6) Enjoy Being Sexual Together. It’s not about comparing ourselves to other couples.
We heard at a marriage conference once that our brains are affected on a chemical level when we simply holds hands with our spouse or somehow let our bodies touch. ) but everyday things like rubbing his neck while he’s driving are simple and easy ways to flirt with my husband! Here’s a great list of romantic movies to inspire flirting with your spouse! Keep your relationship light, your friendship strong and your marriage centered on Christ. Alicia is passionate about empowering women to discover their best selves by overcoming their obstacles and boldly following God’s amazing plan for their lives.