Best Sex Life Now - Lifetime Access
NOT GETTING ANY? WISH YOU WERE?
WE CAN HELP
Best Sex Life Now is an online video course hosted by couples Dave & Ashley Willis and Craig & Jeanette Gross.It’s a real, honest conversation about sex and marriage, an elegant production for married couples, newlyweds, and those about to be married that spans 10 different videos (as well as two bonus videos with special guests) and a downloadable discussion guide/workbook.
BEST SEX LIFE NOW ANSWERS QUESTIONS LIKE:
- How often should we be having sex?
- How can we use sex to build our intimacy?
- Are there biblical restrictions on what we can do in the bedroom?
- What about physical or health restrictions?
- What if one of us is uncomfortable with something the other one wants to try/do?
- What about stuff like sexy lingerie, sex toys, and sexting – is that okay?
- How can we add spontaneity to keep sex fun?
- What if sex isn’t as good for me as it with other partners I had before my spouse?
- Why won’t my spouse have sex with me?
- My spouse had an affair, and though I’ve forgiven themI’m having trouble responding to them sexually. What do I do?
- How do I get over my past?
- We are getting married – what are some realistic expectations for sex?
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
Watch the course at home at your leisure. You can watch the videos repeatedly, either by yourself, with your spouse, or in a small group. Each video is 10-15 minutes long, followed by some brief questions and discussion guides to help you and your spouse.
Start having the best sex. Now.
Fill out and discuss the workbook after each session.
Watch each of the 10 videos
WHO’S IT FOR?
If you have said or are currently saying any of these things then Best Sex Life Now is for you!
"I'm too tired by the end of the day and sex seems more like another chore than something I look forward to."
"I had this idea in my mind of how great our sex life would be, but the reality never measures up to my ideal and I'm not sure how to talk about it."
"We can talk about everything, but for some reason, we don't really communicate when it comes to sex. I think we're afraid of hurting each other's feelings."
“Our sex life is okay, but I wouldn't ever say it's great.”
"The pain from my past creates a lot of invisible baggage in the bedroom and I'm not sure how to get past it."
“My wife has said that she doesn't need to have sex for the rest of her life.”
“My spouse had an affair and says our non-existent sex life was the reason.”
“I feel insecure with my body and am slightly overweight…how could I possibly feel okay to be naked in front of my spouse?”
WONDERING WHO WE ARE?
DAVE AND ASHLEY WILLIS
I’m a pastor, writer, and the founder of StrongerMarriages.org, and I create marriage and family-building resources available online at DaveWillis.org. When my wife Ashley and I got married 13 years ago, navigating the complexities of a healthy sex life was something I just wasn’t prepared to handle. Our sex life is now one of the most fulfilling aspects of our marriage, but for years, it was a struggle…
CRAIG & JEANETTE GROSS
I’m the founder of XXXchurch.com, X3watch accountability software and the recently launched iParent.tv, but my most important ministry is to Jeanette, my wife of 16 years. I’ve spent the last 15 years talking about sexual struggles and temptations all over the world and am the author of over 12 books. I’ve noticed that for some reason, we live in a world where it seems like the stereotype for married people and sex is that men need it and women don’t want to cough it up. I don’t know how that happened, but in my marriage, sex is a two-way street. It takes both of you to make it work and it is mutually beneficial for both parities.READ MORE ABOUT CRAIG AND JEANETTE