Wednesday, February 25, 2009

A passion tip for husbands

Gentlemen, here's a way to increase the passion (I'm talking human biology here) in your marriage. It only takes ten seconds, and you don't have to say a word.

Sound too good to be true? After I heard it at last weekend's marriage seminar, I just about slapped my forehead. "Duh!" I thought.

Here's how it works. Say you're headed into the kitchen for a cold drink. Or whatever. Your wife is in there doing something -- washing dishes, say. (It should be something where she isn't moving around much.) (No, I'm not going to tell you to take over for her -- but that might be good for another time.)

Walk up to her from behind (don't sneak up on her!), put your hands on her shoulders (ONLY her shoulders), lean forward, and put your right cheek next to her left -- or her right, your left. Squeeze her shoulders gently a few times (five would be too many).

After about ten seconds have elapsed from the first touch on her shoulders, gently release her and walk away. Say nothing. Go get your beer or coffee or lemonade or whatever. And wait at least an hour before repeating this whole thing.

This also works well if she's at her computer. Really, don't say anything to disturb whatever she's doing -- just a gentle touch, your cheek to hers, and after about 10 seconds, let go and leave. Just walk away.

NOTE: Don't step away if she decides to lean back into you. Or if she turns around and presses her lips onto yours. Or if she rips your shirt off -- but in that case, you really didn't need this tip, right?

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