You can stop looking… 60 years of research on the G-Spot has lead scientists to believe that is doesn’t exist! Mark gets irate at spouses who won’t fulfill the sexual needs of their mate, answers a question on how long to persist when pursuing a hard-to-get girl, and discusses how too much talking in marriage can be a bad thing.
I have a question that I really need help with. I divorced my ex-husband 12 years ago, when my children were 1, 3, and 5 years old. I remarried 6 years ago. After watching Courageous with my family, my 12 year old daughter decided to put a picture of her biological dad (who she talks to and sees on a sporadic basis, no regular schedule in the past 7 years) and a picture of me and her dad on her nightstand. I said, “Your Dad (stepdad) won’t like that picture of me and him displayed. She answered, “I love both of my dad’s and I don’t know why it matters, you are not with him anymore but you two are still my parents.” I understand this logic and I can’t even relate to the person in that picture taken 11 years ago, but my husband (the man raising my 3 kids as his own) does not want to have that picture in his house. My daughter doesn’t know about this dilemma between us. What is the right thing to do?
We will answer your question on an upcoming radio show. I will let you know what date to listen.