Relationships Web site YourTango published my article today, “How To Combat These 3 Libido Killers–three simple ways to combat technology addiction for better sex.” Here’s a little teaser on the content:
What if you could have twice as much sex with one small change? Researchers say you can. Technology may be robbing you of a toe-curling sex life. You haven’t noticed the silent alarm, but chances are you’re getting robbed each and every night…
Zip on over to read the article, which includes great tips on enhancing the use of technology in our lives to maximize sexual pleasure in marriage. Before you go, read the giveaway info below.
As an added bonus for my regular readers or for new readers from YourTango, I’m offering a sexy giveaway that has been very popular in the past–A Private Affair, The Erotic Game of Secrets, Plans and Promises for Couples. I will hold a drawing next Friday for the game. The drawing is open to all LifeGems4Marriage subscribers (new or existing) who comment on the article either here or on the YourTango post. If you are just too shy to leave a comment (we’re really nice here, don’t be scared!), you can order your own game here.
As a gift for all readers, whether you decide to subscribe or not, feel free to read, download, share, or comment on the free e-book, “Marriage Gems: 10 Secrets for Marital Success.” What’s your #1 secret to happiness in marriage?
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FYI, this article for YourTango is a part of a “31-Day Challenge” for Better Sex. You’ll find articles every day geared to this topic during the month of October.
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Just wanted to let you know we’ve had almost 25,000 downloads of the e-book Love Everyday since Valentine’s week. It’s still available (free) by clicking on the picture in the right column; 27 contributors (including yours truly on p. 18) added their insights. Some people love Valentine’s Day and some, well, not so much. But either way, it’s over and time to remember to Love Everyday. Have a great weekend.
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Just in time for Valentine’s Day and National Marriage Week, I’m excited to share a brand new resource with you that has been in the works for a couple of months. The free e-book, called Love Everyday: Thoughts on Loving Amidst the Chaos of Life, represents the collective efforts of 27 talented relationship writers. I was excited to be invited to be a featured author and editor of the project. You’ll find everything from humorous insights to practical relationship tips.
Please leave a comment below with your thoughts and share this e-book freely. I will leave a link to it in my sidebar as well, so you can send people here to Life Gems to find it if you prefer. If you are new to Life Gems4Marriage, welcome! Please check out some of the more popular posts listed below. I invite you to sign-up for free updates via RSS or email on the right column, and I’ll send you new posts whenever they’re posted for you to read at your convenience. You can also follow me on Twitter @LoriLowe.
How To Access the E-Book
Read Love Everyday by clicking on this link. Then share it liberally by email, Twitter, Facebook, blogging, word-of-mouth and any other way you can. You can download to your computer and read at your leisure. You can even print it if you prefer a hard copy. It’s totally free and we urge you to help us spread it around the world.
I hope it helps nurture your own Everyday Love. Following is an impressive list of authors who contributed to Love Everyday. Each is passionate about marriage.
- Dr. Michelle Gannon – Marriage Prep 101
- Paul Byerly – The Generous Husband
- Lori Byerly — The Generous Wife
- Denee King – She Just Got Married
- Corey Allan – The Simple Marriage
- Toni & Alisa DiLorenzo – One Extraordinary Marriage
- Stu Gray – The Marry Blogger
- Dustin Riechmann – Engaged Marriage
- Lori Lowe – Life Gems
- Chelle Stein – It Might Be Love
- Sheri Kruger – Zen Family Habits Serene Journey
- Mandi Ehman – Organizing Your Way
- Maureen Shaw – Feeling Flirty
- Trudy Sargent – Love Talk
- Isabella Mori – Change Therapy
- Cindy J. Taylor – Affair Care
- Alisa Bowman – Project Happily Ever After
- J. Money – Budgets Are Sexy
- Dan Miller – 48 Days
- Damien Riley – DamienRiley.com
- Samantha Mellen – Mama Notes
- Pat Flynn – Smart Passive Income Blog
- Kathleen Quiring – Project M
- Jeff Nickles – My Super-Charged Life
- Brad Chaffee – Enemy of Debt Logos4You.net
- Nate Desmond – Practical Manliness
- Carrie Burgan – Make Mine Happen
Thank you for your support of this project.
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