To the wives: Seduce your husbands

Todays husband hack is a post for the lady readers.

I love it when TJ seduces me. I love when she plans something in the bedroom. Not because it’s anything extra special but because it sends me a message. It tells me that she desires me and wants to be with me.

I know that I find a joy and a contentment in being desired by my wife. Having her being willing to initiate sex tells me that she loves me and loves being with me. It lets me know that she’s as committed to me as I am to her in a way that words can’t express. She’s willing to let me see her at her most vulnerable.

It also tells me that she trusts me. I know that when she says she wants to make love, that she’s saying I trust you with my heart. I know that you’re going to care for it and while you may fail me, you won’t intentionally hurt me.

It also changes my attitude towards TJ. Knowing she wants to be with me, makes me want to work that much harder to keep her interested in me. It motivates me to do more romantic things for her.

In the end, sex almost always improves a marriage relationship. No matter who initiates it, sex can help to keep the fires of passion burning in a relationship. When TJ intiates it though, it brings an extra element of desiring and contentment. It also helps to reaffirm the trust we have in each other.

I don’t expect TJ to initiate every time or even often. But every once in awhile it is a nice change of pace.

Do you seduce your husband?
Does it make your relationship stronger?
What other benefits do you see when you seduce your husband?

6 thoughts on “To the wives: Seduce your husbands”

  1. In a relationship sex is a two way street. You touched on that here; that both partners need to feel desired and vulnerable. It’s like a very basic silent agreement couples make between each other. If any part of a relationship is too one sided it will cause resentment not only in the sex relationship.
    As a woman when my husband initiates sex it shows me he wants to take care of me and express the love that sometimes he may not be able to express with words. If we remember the messages we are sending to one another with our actions as a people we may be a little more conscientious.

    1. You’re absolutely right Erika. Any relationship is a two way street, even moreso in a marriage.

      This post was prompted from a comment I read on another blog about how some women have an attitude of men have to earn sex. They have to do some sort of action or steps in order for the woman to allow sex to happen.

      While I could write a whole other post specifically about that viewpoint, I decided it would be better to simply encourage a healthier sex life instead.

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