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Winter Solstice Pleasure

Winter Solstice Pleasure

Winter Solstice Pleasure is the solution you are looking for.

December 21st is the day in the northern hemisphere that boasts the fewest hours of sunlight of the entire year.

It’s also the longest night.
And the first day of winter.
All this AND it arrives while the cra-cra busyness of the holiday season is upon us.

Minimal sunlight.
We wake up to darkness.
It’s cold. 
AND there’s the holidays with its long TO DO list.

Did I tell you that the Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year?

We have the ideal conditions not for snow, but a Blizzard of Frustration – aimed at those we care about most.

How can you avoid dumping your Blizzard of Frustration and stress on your spouse and your family?

Add a huge shovelful of Pleasure.
Winter Solstice Pleasure.

Yep.
Pleasure with a capital P.

That’s right.
Pleasure.
Load it right up.
Melts frustration like a toasty fire.

The question to ask yourself before, during and after feeling frustration is,
“How can I add Pleasure to this?” or “What would be in my Pleasure?”

Turn on the tunes.
Sip some hot apple cider.
Dance around the kitchen while doing the dishes.
Spray your favorite scent on your pillow case.

The more Pleasure, the less Frustration.
The less Frustration, the more Loving Connections.

And that’s what we truly want with our spouse and our family:
Loving Connections.

Already buried deep in stress and Frustration?
Can’t find your way out of this mess?

Forgot what Pleasure is and was?

Cuddle with your honey and the Blizzard of Frustration will clear.
You’ll quickly find your way back to Warm & Toasty Loving Connections.

Physical touch releases oxytocin, dopamine and serotonin.
This chemical cocktail helps regulate your feelings of stress and anxiety.
For the both of you.

Tis the season to belt out in song.    

Hum.
Chant.
Sing.

The vagus nerve is connected to your vocal cords. Stimulating your vagus nerve through humming or singing helps you remain calm when you are feeling stressed.

Once you have warmed your nervous system with Pleasure,
It might be time to add some Fun.

The question to ask yourself before, during and after Pleasure is,
“How can I add even more Pleasure to this?” or “What would be even more in my Pleasure?”

Get greedy.

Stay in your choice.
Your consent.
At your speed.

Tap into your five senses to get creative with the possibilities of even more Pleasure.

That’s where Fun truly turns up the heat on Pleasure.

Soak in the bath with Epsom salts and rose petals.
Turn off the lights and surround yourself with candles.
Listen to healing sound bowls.
Taste an array of foods while blindfolded.

Winter Solstice Pleasure 

Add even more Pleasure and share some Fun with your spouse.

Less Frustration Blizzard, and more Warm & Toasty Loving Connections.

And that’s what we truly want with our spouse and our family:
Warm & Toasty Loving Connections.

Nourish your soul with Winter Solstice Pleasure.

If you would like help with nourishing your soul with Pleasure, for the Winter Solstice or any day of the year, schedule a free Discovery Call with me today and I promise to share at least 1 tool to help you turn up the heat with your spouse.

Celebrate the Winter Solstice with your spouse with these heartwarming suggestions and this Winter Solstice playlist.

If this email resonates with you, please forward this on to a friend who might benefit from it too.

Want more love in your life?
1. Click here to join my private Facebook group, The Pleasure Led Wife.
2. Private message me here with any questions you might have about my 1:1 or couples’ coaching programs.
3. Apply here to get on the wait list for my Marriage Reconnect coaching program. I anticipate openings in my schedule in February.
4. Sign up here for a free 60 minute Discovery Call. Find out how coaching with me can reignite that spark of emotional & physical connection.
5. Click here to learn more about the Marriage Reconnect program.

Most important. Take care of you.

Here are 5 easy suggestions:
1. Get enough sleep. Establish a bedtime routine and follow it.
2. Get outside in nature every day. Rain or shine.
3. Appreciate what is wonderful in the world. Write 3-5 things you are grateful for each day.
4. Reach out to a sister. Call her once a week – or every day. Ask how she is and what she is feeling. Give her the space to release her feelings without any judgment or fixing.
5. Treat yourself to pleasure. Dance. Take a nap. Sing out loud. Read a novel. Soak in the tub. Do anything you want – just for the pleasure of it.

With all my love.
From my heart to yours.
Gail

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Gail Tremblay

I help men & women who feel lonely & discouraged in their marriages feel connected with their spouses again.

Schedule a Free Discovery Call with me today.