Course curriculum

  • 1

    INTRODUCTION

    • Welcome!
    • Welcome Video
    • Get Started Guide
    • Table of Contents
    • Introduction Handout
    • Before We Begin
    • Firestarters
  • 2

    Module One: How God Views Sex

    • Handout
    • 1.1: Our Sexuality Was Crafted by God and It Was His Idea
    • 1.2: Sexuality Is Viewed by God as Being Honorable, Beautiful, and Wholesome
    • 1.3: Sexual Intimacy Is a Mutual Right and Responsibility of Each Married Partner
    • 1.4: Sexual Intimacy Is to Be Regular and Uninterrupted
    • 1.5: Sexuality Was Designed by God for Procreation
    • 1.6: Sexuality Was Designed by God for Recreation and Personal Pleasure
    • 1.7: The Three Compartments
    • 1.8: Sexuality Was Designed by God for Comfort
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: Is oral sex ok?
    • Meet Mary Wood
    • Ask Mary: What should all women know about sex?
    • Ask Amy: Is it normal for a wife to want sex less than her husband?
    • Ask Mary: How do you cope with sexual pain?
    • Ask Mary: What constitutes a good lubricant? What is the difference between water, oil or silicon based lubricants?
    • Reflections
  • 3

    Module Two: How Your Past Affects Your Present Sexual Life

    • Handout
    • 2.1: The Scars of the Past
    • 2.2: Healing the Scars of the Past
    • 2.3: Why Some Don’t Go for Help
    • 2.4: Helpful Examples and Analogies
    • 2.5: Letters to God
    • 2.6: What If I Can’t Forgive Myself?
    • 2.7: What Might the Beachball Represent In Your Life?
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: We are in a rut with our sex life – same old same old. Any suggestions?
    • Ask Amy: How does pornography affect a marriage and how does a woman cope with this reality?
    • Ask Dr. Grant: I suffer from anxiety in the bedroom. How can I remedy this situation?
    • Ask Mary: Is it reasonable and expected that a couple experience simultaneous orgasms?
    • Ask Mary: Many ladies experience anxiety due to sexual abuse, intercourse pain. What exercises can help relax women?
    • Reflections
  • 4

    Module Three: How Men Are Wired

    • Handout
    • 3.1: A Man’s Sexual Characteristics
    • 3.2: Men Are Aroused Quickly and Climax Quickly
    • 3.3: “Fast Food Sex” – Quickies
    • 3.4: “Main Course” Sexual Meals
    • 3.5: “Smorgasbord/Buffet Sex”
    • 3.6: Men Are Visually Stimulated
    • 3.7: What Is “Sexy”?
    • 3.8: A Man's Self-Esteem and Sex Life are Intertwined
    • 3.9: What Do You Do If Your Husband "Has a Headache"?
    • 3.10: What Do You Do If You Have Lost Your Sexual Passion?
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: Should we hide lovemaking from our kids and not let them know we engage in sex?
    • Ask Dr. Grant: My husband suffers from clinical depression. Can you help me understand how to relate to him in the bedroom?
    • Ask Dr. Grant: My husband suffers from erectile dysfunction or impotency. What are the risks of Cialis, Viagra and other related products?
    • Ask Amy: How does infidelity affect a marriage and how can a marriage recover from this trauma?
    • Ask Mary: How do dilators work and how can you use effectively?
    • Reflections
  • 5

    Module Four: How the Seasons of a Marriage Affect Your Sex Life

    • Handout
    • 4.1: The Engaged Season, Part 1
    • 4.2: The Engaged Season, Part 2
    • 4.3: The Engaged Season, Part 3
    • 4.4: The Engaged Season, Part 4
    • 4.5: The Newlywed Season, Part 1
    • 4.6: The Newlywed Season, Part 2
    • 4.7: Seek Counseling
    • 4.8: The Child-Bearing Season, Part 1
    • 4.9: The Child-Bearing Season, Part 2
    • 4.10: The Child-Rearing Season
    • 4.11: The Empty-Nest Season
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: My husband and I are seniors and both don’t seem to need sex as often as we used to. Is this normal?
    • Ask Dr. Grant: What are the risks or benefits of hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms?
    • Ask Mary: You are a newlywed and are excited about sex, but are finding it very painful. What advice would you give a new bride?
    • Ask Dr. Grant: I have experienced post partum depression which has affected our sex life. What can I do to help my situation?
    • Reflections
  • 6

    Module Five: How Men Feel

    • Handout
    • 5.1: Thoughts on How to Improve Your Sex Life
    • 5.2: Thoughts on How to Affirm Your Husband
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: Is anal sex ok?
    • Ask Mary: What are the key erogenous zones in a woman’s body that women should be aware of?
    • Ask Mary: What pelvic floor exercise could help a women’s sex life improve?
    • Ask Mary: You’ve just had a baby complete with stitches and you are experiencing pain in intercourse. What help would you give a new mom?
    • Ask Mary: What are some of the reasons a menopausal woman might be experiencing pain in intercourse? What is the contributing to that pain and what are strategies for dealing with it?
    • Reflections
  • 7

    Module Six: How to Discuss Your Sexual Relationship with Your Mate

    • Handout
    • 6.1: Communication Roadblocks
    • 6.2: Helpful Approaches to Assist in Communicating About Sexual Issues
    • 6.3: Questions to Ask Yourself Before Having an Intimate Discussion
    • 6.4: Exploring His Family History
    • 6.5: The Sex Experience Itself and Personal Preference
    • 6.6: Other Questions
    • 6.7: Now What?
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: Is it ok to use sex toys to enhance pleasure?
    • Ask Amy: Should women have boundaries in bed?
    • Ask Mary: What should a woman look for when seeking out a Pelvic Health Specialist? What will make her feel confident she has found a professional?
    • Reflections
  • 8

    Module Seven: How to Plan Your Sex Life

    • Handout
    • 7.1: Write Your Own Obituary
    • 7.2: Tools to Help You Evaluate Your Sex Life
    • 7.3: Plan Your Encounters, Part 1
    • 7.4: Plan Your Encounters, Part 2
    • Review
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Ask Ruth: How often should a normal couple make love?
    • Ask Amy: Is it Normal for women to have anxiety in the bedroom?
    • Intro by Beth Wall - Counsel for New Moms
    • Ask Beth: When Can I Begin Exercising after a baby?
    • Ask Beth: What are the Best Exercises to do?
    • Ask Beth: What are some Functional Fitness Moves?
    • Ask Beth: When Can I Run again?
    • Ask Beth: Is Peeing Normal when Exercising After a Baby?
    • Ask Beth: What are the Best Diets for Postpartum Ladies?
    • Ask Beth: What are the Best Supplements?
    • Reflections
  • 9

    Module Eight: How to Make Romance a Part of Every Day

    • Handout
    • 8.1: Romance Begins at Home
    • 8.2: Evaluating How You Treat Him
    • 8.3: Evaluating What He Sees
    • 8.4: Evaluating What You Do
    • 8.5: Evaluating Your Attitude and Priorities
    • Review
    • Ask Ruth
    • Firestarter Ideas
    • Reflections
    • Personal Coaching Information Form
    • Course Evaluation Form
  • 10

    Wrap-Up

    • Conclusion
    • Devotional

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