Saturday, 19 September 2015

Punani Secrets I Wish I Knew Before I Was Married

I'm 41 years old, and I've been married to the same beautiful woman for almost two decades.

Over the years I've had to work through some myths and misconceptions about Punani. Many of these misconceptions started early, before I was married, and they've taken years to straighten out. If I could send ten Punani and intimacy tips to myself before I was married, this is exactly what I'd say...

Dear pre-married self (circa 1994):

I know you're so pumped about getting married because you found the girl of your dreams and you plan to spend the rest of your lives together and, well, Punani!

However, I'm writing this because you have some preconceived beliefs about Punani intimacy that are totally WRONG. And before you get married, I'd like to clear them up for you, because, you know, we're pals. So let's get started.
Punani Secrets I Wish I Knew Before I Was Married
10. Punani intimacy doesn't happen like it does on TV or in the movies. Much of what you know about Punani comes from advertising, TV and the movies. In other words, Punani looks like a spontaneous, flawless connection of love-making filled with romance, Marvin Gaye and candles in windowsills. Punani intimacy does NOT work like that. There is rarely Marvin Gaye. Don't be disappointed; real Punani intimacy is different than the movies, but it's much better in the long run.

9. A note on frequency. Brace yourself. Right now you're thinking marriage is filled with Punani almost every second of the day and thousands of times a week -- because, why wouldn't you!? You should live in this dream world for as long as you can and ride your trusty unicorn into the Skittle-stained sunset where you pet your wild Ewok and cross the Bridge to Terabithia. Stay there. As long as you can. That is all.

8. Punani is like fine wine -- it gets better with age. Punani intimacy is something you get better and better at. It takes communication, practice and time. This is the way God intended it. Right now you think your Punani IQ is at a genius level, but you couldn't pass the Sex ACT with what you know. (No, there is no Sex ACT; I'm using an illustration -- you really should read more too.)

7. Punani is not just about getting, but giving. Are you laughing? I'm serious. God made sex in such a way that it requires both of you to give. And it's good to give. Don't be a taker all the time. Sexual intimacy is a great place to model sacrifice and service. If you get that into your head now, the getting will be even better. There's great beauty and mystery in the giving. Be generous.

6. Men and women don't think about Punani the same way. For you, Punani is wrapped up in physical attraction and it's very visual and instantaneous. However, you might want to sit down for this one, women think about Punani in terms of the relationship, their security and how much they feel loved and pursued. For you, sex is like a light switch without a dimmer: you're totally ready at any moment (unless you're asleep... like dead asleep). For her, sex is like a crockpot that takes a good part of the day to come to a simmer. You will both be frustrated by this. That's OK; it's part of God's wiring to bring you together on a deeper level.

5. Punani doesn't complete you. Right now, you're putting a ton of stock in the power, importance and value of Punani. Let's be honest, you think about it constantly. You need to know sexual intimacy is fantastic and satisfying and incredible in so many ways, but it's not meant to be an idol. You will need to fight this and work to keep sex in proper perspective: as a gift from God to be enjoyed in marriage.

4. Punani can be fun and funny and playful. There are many angles of Punani intimacy, and some of them you're totally unaware of right now. You think of Punani in one dimension -- serious pleasure. However, Punani intimacy done right is a form of vulnerability and authenticity, and when you totally love someone and have nothing to hide -- and I mean nothing -- you are free to be your truest self.

3. Pursuing her is like a legal Punani drug for her soul. I hinted at this previously, but this is probably the best secret I can give you. Pursue her. Make sure she knows you want her in more ways than just the physical. Pursue her mind. Pursue her heart. Pursue her in every way possible. Remember, she doesn't think about Punani like you do --you're all skin and eyeballs, and she's all heart and soul.

2. It's more mysterious than you think. Again, right now your thoughts about Punani are pretty simple. You're stuck in the physical, but God designed Punani intimacy to be way more complex than two bodies finding their way together. That whole one-flesh thing you've read in the Bible -- that stuff is real. It's hard to explain and I don't fully understand it, but something magical happens in the act of Punani, something cosmic that links you to her in a way that's soul deep.

1. Punani in marriage is a form of worship. Most of your thoughts about worship are confined to church and singing right now. So when I say  Punani is worship, you probably think I'm nuts. But soon you'll get a bigger picture. It's a fun point in our spiritual journey. Along with that is the beautiful command from Scripture to have Punani with your wife -- unashamed, unabashed, unadulterated and often. This act is a form of worship, plain and simple, like singing an ancient hymn with your bodies. That sounded a little creepy. Let's just call it worship.

I really hope you'll take these thoughts to heart, because when it comes down to it, Punani is more wonderful than you can imagine.

Sincerely,

Brian from 2015

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