Marriage is an institution that demands constant effort, dedication and love. But sometimes, love alone is insufficient. As couples commit to “till death do us part” they are prone to different adventures and confrontations.
One of the major challenges is to remain intimate and sexually attractive to each other, as over a time span they may experience emotional detachment.
They could find their partners sexually boring or their traits, charmless, and this could lead to another course of events of seeking distractions, pursuing multiple romantic relationships or ultimately engaging in adultery for the entire sake of sexual pleasure.
However, there are certain things that could help you catch your partner’s attraction and admiration and Life Coach and Youth Counselor, Amos Kevin Annan speaking at the 2019 Joy FM Beauty and Bridal Fair marriage seminar at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) shared how couples can get around this troubling phenomenon.
Watch the video below:
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