Original airdate: 07/30/2020. What makes a person sexy? How has Danielle and Adam's ideas of sexiness changed over the years? Turn offs? How does body image affect their sexual identity and confidence? This episode covers so many different aspects of sexiness, lust, compliments, and all the things we try to keep going throughout the years of our relationship. Plus, what's the sexiest place Danielle and Adam have ever been, sexiest movie they've ever watched, etc. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
187. Taking The Intimidation Out Of Intimacy, With Vanessa and Xander Marin
Vanessa Marin is a sex therapist who is on a mission to help as many women as possible achieve their first orgasm. She also wants it to feel more natural to talk about sex with your partner. Her husband, Xander, is just a "regular dude" who decided to quit his corporate job to join Vanessa in her practice. Together they have helped normalize the conversation about intimacy and help couples feel more comfortable in the bedroom. The two couples chat about everything from why women fake orgasm to dirty talk in the bedroom, to their openness about most likely not wanting to have children, and why it is such an important conversation to keep having. Order The Date Night Questions ebook here Learn more about Vanessa and Xander here See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
186. "Lesbian Tik Tok Changed My Life," With Linda Fruits
Danielle sat down with friend and fellow content creator Linda Fruits to hear all about her recent journey to discovering her true sexual identity. Linda discusses how her Tik Tok "for you" page made her question herself and her sexuality. Finally, should could no longer hide from the reality that she was attracted to women. The next steps? Coming out to her husband, family, friends, and huge social media following. In this episode, she details all of these events, as well as how she and her husband are dealing with everything that has happened in the past few months. She and Danielle discuss, as friends, things they wish they had been told about experimentation and sexuality when they were younger, and what they're hoping to teach their own kids. This episode is filled with so much honesty, and Linda and Danielle both hope that it will help other women live their own truth.Follow Linda on instagram https://www.instagram.com/fruitsofmotherhood/Being your date night to the next level https://www.marriageandmartinis.com/dnq and use promo code "mnmpodcast" for 20% off your ebook. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
185. Good Intentions, Bad Execution
In an episode that Adam describes as, "one of his favorite we've ever recorded," the two discuss more concerning etiquette and how these unwritten "rules" have affected their lives. Adam goes deep into the frustration of owning a retail business and why "the customer isn't always right." Danielle talks about the workers who she thinks should be tipped ALL THE MONEY for what they are expected to do. They also talk about the hardships of teaching kids how to behave out in the world when over the last 18 months, there has been a whole lot of time at home. What "teachable moments" are important to Danielle regarding her kids, and how is she trying to make up for lost time during the pandemic when it comes to showing their kids how to be socially considerate and caring with people you know, and when it comes to strangers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
184. "Don't Wake Me For Sex," and Other Useful Life Tips
Danielle is admittedly horrible when it comes to stuff like thank you notes and RSVPing. Adam has impeccable bathroom etiquette and is much better at giving Danielle gifts than she is for him. In this fun episode, the two of them discuss everything from whether or not asking a girl's father for her hand in marriage is outdated, whether or not it's appropriate to make out in the backseat of an Uber, and whether or not partners should be ok sharing toothbrushes. Danielle shares poll results from the Marriage and Martinis community and shares some of people's extremely passionate thoughts about certain types of etiquette. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.