Now don’t get all defensive and think this is about “a woman knowing her place” … I’m well aware we’ve come a long way since the 50s. This post is really about strategies that ensure you, as a wife and partner, are happy first. I’ve learned that without baseline joy and contentment, there’s no way a woman can bring herself fully into a relationship.
That may seem counter intuitive when we're talking about relationships, but it's so important that a woman take some time for herself, or she won't be able to truly be present for her partner. Book yourself a massage, enjoy a bubble bath with a glass of wine (or champagne if you’re fancy), go to your local Zumba class - whatever works for you. Once you've showered yourself with a bit of love, you will be in a far better position to shower your loved ones with it as well.
Dr. Jessica O'Reilly travels around the world speaking at events, hosting retreats and working with some of the most powerful couples in the world. She's also the author of several books including Hot Sex, and is a contributor to Women's Health Magazine, Men's Fitness, Cosmopolitan, Showtime and Playboy TV, to name a few. This sexpert is a busy lady, but I had the opportunity to host a live webinar with her - exclusively for my Academy students. Here’s an excerpt from that hot and heavy Q & A.
Kelsey Matheson: When you feel like the attraction for your partner has faded, what can you do? Is this something that can be helped or changed?
Dr. Jess: So if the attraction doesn't fade, I'd be more questioning of it. Attraction inevitably fades and it's a simple chemical process, so once you get to know them, once they become predictable, once you feel close to them, once you're attached to them. Inevitably you're not...
In this 36-minute video you'll learn about the 8 steps to optimal well-being.