Sex is the one activity that differentiates marriage from every other relationship. You can have a great conversation with a friend. You can have lunch with a co-worker. You can go on vacation with a family member. But if you’re following God’s design for relationships, sex is only rightly expressed through marriage.
Milan and Kay Yerkovich say that dynamic is hugely consequential to a couple’s relationship when they can’t negotiate their sex life in healthy ways.
Milan and Kay have a passion for helping husbands and wives experience stronger, healthier marriages. Milan is an ordained minister and pastoral counselor. And Kay is a licensed marriage and family therapist.
They say each of us usually identifies in some way with one of the following love styles:
These love styles get in the way of couples achieving deepening levels of vulnerability, trust, and connection with one another. Healing comes when a couple can identify their broken love style and move through a process of sanctification and healing toward the “secure connector” style.
How does it all work? Milan and Kay Yerkovich are with us on our Focus on the Family Broadcast “How to Have a Better Sex Life by Understanding Your Love Styles” to explain.
This program isn’t graphic, but it’s probably not suitable for younger children, so please use your discretion and occupy your kids elsewhere, or listen later online, on Apple Podcasts, via Google Podcasts, or take us with you on our free phone app.
I’d also like to extend an invitation for you to become a special partner with us through our monthly “Friends of Focus on the Family” program. When you do, I’ll send you our How We Love bundle, which features Milan and Kay’s book, a CD of the broadcast, and an extra CD containing an audio message from Milan and Kay about the five top things you need to have a healthier sex life. To make your pledge, or for more information, visit our website or call 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459).
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