SMR#111: Sexual Confidence

Every one of us struggles at some point with our image, shape, wrinkles, cellulite, etc. Put another way, every one has moments when we lack confidence.

How do you gain more sexual confidence?

That’s what┬áShannon and Corey cover in this episode.


And below is the photo Shannon mentions in the show.

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  1. Ray says

    Imagine my surprise today when you read my email and did a show on what a asked about. Thank you very much. It was very a good show and very informative. I wish my wife could hear it, but she probably won’t.

    I also wish things were still going as well as when I wrote that email. While I am still on board to renew our marriage, it seems my wife is not. She seems to be just going through the motions and doing just enough to please me. Just a few weeks ago she had a real desire to make love, but although the frequency is still there it is fast becoming totally scripted duty sex. The anger this causes in me is becoming hard to hide.

    I’ve decided to work on me. Working on emotional and physical projects that we had planned on doing together. What do you think about the book No More Mr Nice Guy by Dr Robert Glover? From what little I’ve read he seems to have written it about me. Describes me to a T.

    Thanks for the great episode. Really enjoyed it.

    • Corey says

      I like Dr. Glover’s work. The best advice I have is if you get his book, read through it then go back and do the Breakthrough Activities.

      Blessings on your journey.

  2. Lisa says

    Dear Sexy Marriage,
    My husband and I have been together for 11 years and married for over 9 years. Our sex life used to be amazing when we were dating and a few month after we got married. After that I haven’t had the same drive as I used to. We’ve been under a lot of stress in our marriage, mostly financial, but also in inequity. Most of the time now I feel like a work horse and unattractive. And I know, at least intellectually, that I’m attractive. I’ve also discovered my husband has been looking at porn. How can I compete with that? Sometimes all I want is to be held but he ends up groping me. I feel that is if the only way he can touch is sexually then I don’t want it at all. I’m still attracted to him. Ever since I first laid eyes on him all other men are unattractive, and I’ve told him this. What can I do? I want my husband back!

    -Lisa, NC

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