17 min

The SECRET to AMAZING SEX You NEED to Hear | Tom Bilyeu & Lisa Bilyeu Relationship Theory

    • Relationships

At the beginning of the relationship, it’s so effortless to be in each other’s presence. Thanks to nature and biology, the hormones that flood our systems makes being in love the most magical experience in the world. There’s never enough time together and you can’t keep your hands off each other. Keeping that level of focus and attention on each other and the relationship as you progress through stages and settle together takes a lot of effort and skill (to do it well).

Tom and Lisa are dedicated to one another and super excited to help other couples build a beautiful relationship. Today, that means getting strategic and intentional about the time you’re giving to your relationship. Forget about how busy your days are, and forget about all the valid reasons you have to work later, focus on the kids, and help your family. Building a beautiful relationship means prioritizing time for intimacy, time for each other and time for connection. Consistently!

Relationship Theory with Tom and Lisa Bilyeu encourages healthy, loving, life long relationships. Whether you are fresh out of your last relationship, on a break, taking time to heal from a breakup, or looking for ways to strengthen the romance and bond in your current relationship, Tom and Lisa are sharing their 20 years of experience. They’re taking questions and giving relationship advice that will enhance all of your relationships.

SHOW NOTES:

Time for Intimacy | Couples can be as busy and Tom & Lisa and still prioritize intimacy [0:25]
Keep the Sex Game Strong | Lisa highlights what you wear and the language you use [1:19]
Schedule What’s Important | Don’t wait for impromptu moments, schedule time together [5:39]
Be Focused on Each Other | Tom shares how he separates & values time for connection [7:28]
Feeling Disconnected | How Lisa navigates feeling disconnected and reconnecting [10:17]

QUOTES:

“The more [time] you spend not connecting, the harder it is to come back.” Lisa Bilyeu [7:06]

“This is work, and this is husband and wife. I don't try to mix the two or do a little bit of both at the same time.” Tom Bilyeu [8:16]

“I work an obscene amount of hours, but I don't let that bleed into our time.” Tom Bilyeu [10:11]

At the beginning of the relationship, it’s so effortless to be in each other’s presence. Thanks to nature and biology, the hormones that flood our systems makes being in love the most magical experience in the world. There’s never enough time together and you can’t keep your hands off each other. Keeping that level of focus and attention on each other and the relationship as you progress through stages and settle together takes a lot of effort and skill (to do it well).

Tom and Lisa are dedicated to one another and super excited to help other couples build a beautiful relationship. Today, that means getting strategic and intentional about the time you’re giving to your relationship. Forget about how busy your days are, and forget about all the valid reasons you have to work later, focus on the kids, and help your family. Building a beautiful relationship means prioritizing time for intimacy, time for each other and time for connection. Consistently!

Relationship Theory with Tom and Lisa Bilyeu encourages healthy, loving, life long relationships. Whether you are fresh out of your last relationship, on a break, taking time to heal from a breakup, or looking for ways to strengthen the romance and bond in your current relationship, Tom and Lisa are sharing their 20 years of experience. They’re taking questions and giving relationship advice that will enhance all of your relationships.

SHOW NOTES:

Time for Intimacy | Couples can be as busy and Tom & Lisa and still prioritize intimacy [0:25]
Keep the Sex Game Strong | Lisa highlights what you wear and the language you use [1:19]
Schedule What’s Important | Don’t wait for impromptu moments, schedule time together [5:39]
Be Focused on Each Other | Tom shares how he separates & values time for connection [7:28]
Feeling Disconnected | How Lisa navigates feeling disconnected and reconnecting [10:17]

QUOTES:

“The more [time] you spend not connecting, the harder it is to come back.” Lisa Bilyeu [7:06]

“This is work, and this is husband and wife. I don't try to mix the two or do a little bit of both at the same time.” Tom Bilyeu [8:16]

“I work an obscene amount of hours, but I don't let that bleed into our time.” Tom Bilyeu [10:11]

17 min