Blog Dare Day 4… It’ll Take Our Minds Off…

Honey…I want to escape it all in an intimidate manner that only you can satisfy. It’ll take our minds off of all of our stresses. 
 

When is the last time that you’ve said that to your spouse? Do you realize how much sex helps ease stress in a person’s body?

Life is full of loads of pressures from every angle in our world today. A person gets loaded down by work stress, family stress, and then the stress that they place on themselves from their own desires. Many times people do not take the time they need to unwind or even let their spouses help them do it. Instead, they push their spouses away which in turn adds more stress. It’s almost a catch 20/20 situation if you are the type of person who would rather be alone to deal with your stressful situations. Yet, a spouse can help relieve some of the stress load in many different ways.

I hear women particularly all the time stating that they just have too much on their plates to even think about sex. Yet, it’s the one thing that they should be making time for with their spouse. It helps them gain an extra pep in their step. It helps bring couples closer on an intimidate level.

Sometimes taking a nice long shower together can help ease the stress too without having sex, but still gain the chance to be physical with each other. When  you have the chance to bathe each other it makes you feel pampered and well cared for. Not to mention, you get that clean refreshing feeling.

Or spending time with your spouse curled up watching a movie together not worrying about the outside world helps too. If  you’re able to watch a movie that is funny that just makes all the more enjoyable. I definitely recommend watching Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffyir?t=tidbitofexp 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B00B58FU3I together if possible. It’ll take your minds off of everything.

For some couples it can be a wide variety of other options that will give them that “It’ll take our minds off of our stress” feeling. Either way you get the idea that sometimes you have to have your spouse/significant other help you get away from it all and regroup.

If a person doesn’t take the time to just relax they can crumble under pressure. It can also lead to many health issues too. If a person doesn’t let their spouse know that they are dealing with excessive amounts of stress there is no way that they can help ease it. For some people, they don’t know how they can help unless they are told what you need. (I happen to be one of those people who believes that everyone needs different things, and I don’t know what you need if  you don’t tell me.)

How do you escape it all?

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Crystal

I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny. Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

2 comments on “Blog Dare Day 4… It’ll Take Our Minds Off…”

  1. I know what you mean. I expect my husband to know what I need way to many times. Luckily for me he does a reasonable job of figuring it out. However, it doesn’t make it right.

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