Monday June 23, 2008 | 365 Nights of Intimacy

June 20, 2008 at 9:52 am | Posted in Coming Up | 5 Comments

365 Nights of Intimacy
Charlotte mom and wife, Charla Muller, decided to give her husband a unique 40th birthday gift to keep their marriage strong.  She offered him sex every night for the entire year starting on his birthday.  She has written about the experience, which she says became a book not about sex, but about intimacy and the devotion needed to keep marriage fresh. 
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Charla Muller
– Author, 365 Nights: A Memoir of Intimacy
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  1. I thought Lisa Terrell, a local therapist in Charlotte, had great things to say about this in the Charlotte Observer article. Her practice is called Sensovi Institute. (www.Sensovi.com)

  2. Hi,

    I am so tired of the stereotype that women do not desire ‘intimacy’ as much as men. It’s not a good idea to generalize like this. As a woman who has many woman friends, I can tell you that many women desire ‘intimacy’ just as much, if not more than, many men.

  3. The Sheherazade of Charlotte.
    365 Nights instead of 1,001…but still, it sounds intriguing. Can’t wait to read it!

  4. I turned off my car radio after a few minutes of Chris’ introduction. The joke about why women are called the “opposite” sex, the comment that he was glad Charla made it to the studio “in one piece” (referring to possibly angry women waiting to do whatever to her), and asking her to speak slowly because he has male friends who want to take notes were more than I could take. I would say Chris reminded me of a teenage boy except teen males have more sophistication than that.

  5. I think the title is lame. There are other ways to keep a loving marriage running smoothly without having to make a ridiculous gift of 365 days of intimacy. They will wear each other out. And something else comes to mind, What do they do when they come upon a leap year when you have 366 days instead of 365?


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