Probably no one would deny we live in a culture that is highly sexualized. Sexual images appear almost everywhere we look. Yet, it seems we continue to struggle to talk about sexual questions, concerns, or problems within our marriages, where sexual expression has the potential to be the most fulfilling and rewarding. Perhaps it’s time to get past the taboos, embarrassment, or misconceptions and address real issues that get in the way of couples having the best sex life possible. If you’re interested in learning more, check out the free three-part series on Women, Sex, and Marriage by going to amywildmanwhite.com then click on the Women, Sex, and Marriage tab. There is a video and worksheet for each of the three sessions.