As Kym Marsh calls it quits on her relationship with (now ex) fiancé Dan Hooper after trying hard to make things work and Kerry Katona and her (latest) husband admit marriage 'isn't what they thought it would be', it seems timely to talk about when is the right time to walk away from a relationship that's clearly failing.Do they try to buy you back after a row rather than want to talk through the issue?Though sex can be extremely pleasurable, that’s not God’s end purpose.
Beware the person who turns up after a nasty, confusing argument, bearing Champagne and saying “Let’s not rehash the whole thing.”Nothing makes me angrier when I meet attractive, intelligent people, bursting with personality and love of life, only to find out they’ve hooked up with someone who walks all over them like a well-worn doormat.
Psychologists aren’t sure what makes people stay when they clearly shouldn’t but if you were treated badly by your parents and/or previous lovers, you’re so used to being put down, it feels odd if someone is nice to you.
Oxytocin is the bonding chemical that creates feelings of affection and empathy.
You want to know why women tend to be more invested in close relationships than men? There’s only one time in human experience when the husband’s level of oxytocin begins to approach that of his wife’s: immediately following an act of sexual intimacy.
You might wish this, but that’s not how God created your man, and with good reason. One of the most common complaints I hear from young brides is that shortly after the wedding, the husband suddenly gains a new sense of fervor about his job.
Now that he “has” his wife, his focus and energies shift to other arenas.
A man’s brain literally re-bonds with his spouse, making him, at that moment, more committed to his family, more satisfied with his wife, more invested in his home.
Wives, why do your husbands want sex with you so often (whether they know this is the reason or not)?
Without wanting to remove the mystery, sex is a very effective tool to keep the marital connection strong.