The flirtation Experiment

 #TheFlirtationExperiment is a book that Every married person, every engaged to be married person needs to read this book.   I am going to be buying some to give for any friends who get engaged.  After the first two chapters I knew I had to continue reading.

I have so much to say about this book, and much of it is far too personal to write about on this platform. But oh goodness - Christian ladies, pick this one up! I do not see how you can go wrong spending time with The Flirtation Experiment! ❤

The Flirtation Experiment was brought about by Phylicia watching none other than a Hallmark movie. If you've ever seen a Hallmark movie and you're past the newlywed phase, you've probably noticed what she did - that romance, specifically flirting, doesn't look like that once you've been married for a while! But whyyy is that?! So she researched and compiled a list of 30 ways to flirt with her husband and embarked on this experiment. She told Lisa about her idea and they joined forces to bring readers this helpful and honest book about what it looks like to intentionally express affection, support, love, and flirtation with your husband. The authors have different personalities and are at different points in life, but oddly I was able to identify with most of what both of them had to say.

I HIGHLY recommend this book! Start it today. Seriously, going into the busiest time of the year when so many of us do consume romantic movies and books - this is the PERFECT time to do your own flirtation with your husband. Whether you've been married for 5 years or 30 years, you'll love this book!!

From popular Christian voices Lisa Jacobson and Phylicia Masonheimer, The Flirtation Experiment inspires you to strengthen your marriage with a fun, unexpected approach that leads to the depth, richness, and closeness you desire.  

After reading The Flirtation Experiment, wives will… be filled with hope and encouragement for how they can make a powerful, positive change in their marriages, become empowered to pursue their husbands romantically, understand the Bible invites women to be proactive in their marriages, be motivated to consistently love in creative ways, and forge closeness and intimacy in their marriages.

The assumption among some believers is that pursuit is a man’s job. The complementarian belief is that the man—or rather, husband—is the spiritual leader. Some teachers expand this biblical ethic to include traditional cultural norms, arguing that because men are leaders, only men can show romantic interest. Only the man can ask a woman out, not vice versa. Only men initiate sex in marriage, and so on. But is this really what we see in Scripture?

Song of Solomon indicates otherwise:

I am my beloved’s, and his desire is toward me. Come, my beloved, let us go forth into the field; let us lodge in the villages.

Let us get up early to the vineyards; let us see if the vine flour- ish, whether the tender grape appear, and the pomegranates bud forth: there will I give thee my loves.

The mandrakes give a smell, and at our gates are all manner of pleasant fruits, new and old, which I have laid up for thee, O my beloved.

This book will take you to a thriving marriage 


You can order your copy here


Many thanks to HarperCollins Christian Publishing and #MomentumInfluencerNetwork for providing this product/product information for review.  Opinions are 100% my own.  I did receive the product in exchange for this review and post.

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