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Kiss Me Again: Restoring Lost Intimacy in Marriage

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Do you ever wonder why marriage can seem like the end of intimacy and sexual desire instead of the beginning?

Ever wonder why it was so hard to resist sex before marriage–and so easy to resist it now? If so, you’re not alone! Many married women genuinely want to feel more desire toward their husbands…and can’t figure out what went wrong. But there’s good news. In Kiss Me A
ebook, 210 pages
Published September 15th 2009 by Multnomah (first published 2009)
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Dec 24, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
about letting go of obstacles in your relationship.
Especially like the improvement questions on pages 132-133.
Christy Lockstein
Kiss Me Again by Barbara Wilson is much more than just another Christian guide to improving married couples' sex life. I've read several of these books before, and while they are good, none get to the root of the problem. Wilson focuses on why many women have trouble enjoying sex within marriage, even if they did before marriage. Our culture's encouragement of premarital sex has robbed the act of its beauty and place in the marriage bed. Wilson uses science and Scripture to make her point. Women ...more

In Kiss Me Again, Barbara Wilson gets right into the “tough stuff” that many women are dealing with – but afraid to admit.

If you (like so many others) find yourself at place in life where sex is no longer enjoyable – this book may be the start of a healing journey.

My full review posted here:
Practical, realistic, devastating to think of the percentage of people carrying sexual baggage.
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Barbara Wilson (now Barbara Sjoholm) grew up in Long Beach, California. She spent many years abroad before settling in Seattle in 1974, where she co-founded the feminist Seal Press in 1976.
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