*Have a Pain-Free Wedding Night!
*Get Rid of the Nerves, and Get Peace of Mind!
*Make Sure Both You and Hub Enjoy Your Wedding Night!
* Did I mention, it's under $10???
(Mostly for Virgin Brides. If you're an Abstinent Bride, but not a virgin, and don't need instruction on how to have good sex, visit this page for a better option for you: http://bit.ly/AbstinenceSpecial )
*20 Page eBook
*Straight-Forward, not Sugar-Coated *Easy-to-read, Outline format *Access to Private Facebook Group to ask me any questions* Written by a Christian Wife, who was a Virgin Bride on her Wedding Day
Are you afraid to have sex for the first time on your wedding night? Are you wondering if it's going to hurt? Are you wondering who to ask about this? Your mom, your first lady? Eek! Are you too busy with wedding planning (and school, and work, and ministry, and tending to your relationships with your fiance, family, and friends) to search through a bunch of blogs to get the answers yourself? Are you hesitant to search about sex online, because you don't know what kind of creepy stuff will pop up?
Here's what you'll learn in the Wedding Night Survival Guide!
1. The one product you need to bring to greatly decrease your chances of bleeding or pain.
2. What you and hub need to do BEFORE you have sex to greatly decrease you chances of bleeding or pain.
3. How to let your hub know if it doesn’t feel good without ruining the night, and how to get back on track. AND how to avoid having it not feel good, in the first place.
4. The answers to these questions: Will it hurt? Will he fit inside me? Will I bleed? Will I cry? Will it be like the movies?
5. The one thing you definitely DON’T want to do.
6. The one thing you definitely NEED to do.You would be surprised at how many virgin and abstinent brides have painful or disappointing wedding nights. Or even worse, they have trouble transitioning into their Married Sex life. Don't be one of them! I was a virgin when I got married. Let me help you make this transition into married sex blissful. http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlissfulWife
Will You Have a Disappointing Wedding Night?
If a married couple has problems in their sex life, it can lead to a whole host of problems. And a bad Wedding Night can set the tone for some bad married sex. I'm not saying this to scare you. Just so you understand the importance of educating yourself. (with my Wedding Night Survival Guide hee hee) You need a little bit of knowledge before you hit the sheets with your new hub. :) Bad sex may not seem like a big deal to you. It may sound undesirable, but not detrimental to the love you share with your hub. Well, I'm here to tell you that's not true at all. Married Sex problems could lead to self esteem issues (for you and hub), decreased communication, anger, resentment, not feeling connected to each other, trouble leading your lives as one unit, jealousy (of others who seem to have great sex lives, or other people who you think could please your spouse better than you) and sexual frustration. If you or hub is feeling sexually frustrated, it could lead to struggling with masturbation or pornography, or even cheating. So, as you can see, sexual problems are nothing to take lightly. Educate yourself with my Wedding Night Survival Guide, for under $10! http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlissfulWife
Are You Getting Conflicting Advice?
*You don't need to worry about your wedding night.
*You should definitely worry about your wedding night.
*Everyone's wedding night will definitely be horrible.
*Your wedding night will be just like a movie love scene.
*Just do it!
*It will work itself out.
*Maybe get a little drunk, and everything will run its course.
*Just close your eyes, and let it happen.
*Pounce on him! Take charge!
*Be sweet and innocent in white lingerie.
*Be spicy with sex toys and leather lingerie.
Does any of this sound familiar? Everyone has an opinion on what you should do, and how things will turn out. Well, the truth is, you don't have to have a horrible wedding night. But, if you don't educate yourself, it's a possibility. Sorry! But my Wedding Night Survival Guide will clear all this conflicting advice up for you. So, don't you worry! :)
Is It Really That Hard? Won't It Happen Naturally?
Why is it so hard for some women to transition into Married Sex? If you want to know all about it, read these 2 posts I wrote about why I created Wedding Night Bliss. Guilt and Shame?!?! But You're A Virgin! and, So, How Does This Sex Thing Work, Anyway? But the short answer is that lots of women experience emotional problems because you've trained your brain to be the modest, goody-goody, virgin girl. It's too hard for them to become the Married Sex Vixen. For some it takes a week, some a month, and some years. Eek! It's impossible to know which one you'll be. Why not just get this eBook, and don't take any chances! The second reason is that just because you know how to have sex (penis into the vagina, not rocket science), it doesn't mean that you know how to have good sex. Did you know that 25% of women don't experience orgasm? To make sex feel good for the woman (it's not hard to make it feel good for the guy lol) can take a little skill. Not just from the man, from the woman too! Sorry, you can't lay their and think you'll have mind-blowing sex.
I said all that to say... you need the Wedding Night Survival Guide! It only talks about the wedding night, but you gotta start somewhere! When you're ready to learn about the more, we can work something out. :)
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