Healing the Broken Bedroom of the “Frigid Wife”


Healing the Broken Bedroom of the “Frigid Wife”

Killing the lies we believe about sex

Hey everyone! I want you to meet me! So, I did my very first ever Video! (Trust me, it shows!) Check this out first then read the rest!

About a month ago I shared a post called “Walls of a “Frigid Wife” weren’t built in a day.”

At the closing of the post, I invited everyone to come along on the journey of healing with me. I said I want to help anyone who wants to destroy the walls that keep us from experiencing the sexual unity God intended in marriage.

I meant that.

You might be saying to yourself right now, “I’m not a “Frigid Wife.” That’s totally okay!

Truth be told, we build walls in so many areas of our lives. So maybe you have sexual intimacy down, but you might struggle with some addiction, gossip, or anger. Even though we will primarily address problems as they relate to the bedroom, the tools that lead to healing from sinful patterns in our lives are the same.

And some have already approached me. I want you to know you are not alone.

WE are not alone.

I also want you to know that though your struggle probably feels completely impossible and hopeless to you that THERE. IS. HOPE. (I felt that way for 18 long years)

I am living proof that God can intervene in a MIRACULOUS way. He changed my mind by the power of His word. He can do the same for you, too.


You Are Cordially Invited

I invite you to join a Facebook group I started called “Healing the Broken Bedroom.”

This is a women-only group where we will be able to connect and support one another as we move from broken to free in Christ.

I will use this group page to post helpful reminders and verses. I also want it to be a space where you can ask questions and share your story. There is support for this journey!

I hope this group will grow into a community of women who want to demolish the walls of sexual frigidity in our lives!

The Battle is Not Yet Won

God has already moved in many of you, and in me too. But just one thought or positive connection with truth will not solve the problem. Trust me I know! WE NEED ACCOUNTABLITY!

I am ready and willing to minister grace to you! Please feel free to join the group or connect in any way you feel comfortable.

Healing is waiting for us if we would just step out in faith!

And don’t forget to SHARE! Share the page and share today’s blog. It is my deepest desire to shower all of you with the love and truth of Christ. You become an part of that when you share the links with your friends!

Thank you for reading and thank you for partnering with me to minister grace to our sisters!

P.S. Though all of this is directed at the ladies, we (my husband and I) know that the men are hurting too. They need to know they are also NOT ALONE. If your husband would like to talk with someone who has walked a mile in those shoes, let me know and I will send his contact information to you!

And he has a “Men Only” group on Facebook as well: https://www.facebook.com/groups/786398374788414/

You might see me Linking Up with these lovelies:

Testimony Tuesday with Holly

#RaRaLinkup with Kelly http://purposefulfaith.com/

Woman 2 Woman with Meredith

Three Word Wednesday with Kristin http://www.kristinhilltaylor.com/

#TellHisStory with Jennifer Dukes Lee http://jenniferdukeslee.com/

#LiveFreeThurdsay with Suzanne Eller, http://tsuzanneeller.com/

Coffee for Your Heart with Holly

http://arabahjoy.com/ — Grace and Truth

#DancewithJesusLinkup, http://www.susanbmead.com/blog-2/

Fellowship Fridays, http://equippinggodlywomen.com/fellowship-friday/featuring-faith-love-chocolate/


33 thoughts on “Healing the Broken Bedroom of the “Frigid Wife”

  1. What a great idea! I had issues stemming from an undiagnosed medical problem and a lack of knowledge to allow me to guess what the issue might really be, and it caused a lot of issues for the first few years. I still struggle because of my background and the years of pain from the medical issue that is now fixed, but it’s hard to find anywhere or anyone appropriate to talk to as a Christian woman.


  2. Thank you for starting this group Christy, and thank you again for sharing so openly about this topic. God is going to use you in big ways! I am so very excited to see Him work. 🙂


  3. You go girl! Love what God is doing through you. Thank you for be being brave and honest and listening to what God is calling you to do. This is not an easy topic to share with our closest friends let alone the world. Blessings to you!!!


  4. Would like to join but not comfortable with all of Facebook friends and family knowing intimate details like this- it’s definitely TMI for my teenagers and my parents. Hope you’ll think about doing something like this from your blog or elsewhere.


    • Brenda, it is a closed group. Yes, people would see that you joined the group but only group members see posts. There is a growing community forming over there.
      When you say elsewhere or on the blog, what do you have in mind? I am sure others share your point of view, and I am open to multiple outlets. 😊
      In the mean time, you can send me a message through my “Say Hi” page! I’d love to connect!


  5. Christy, thank you for your wide open frankness to help heal yourself and others. That is beautiful. Be blessed as you bless others…and your husband. HUGS. Susan

    PS–thanks for joining the dance this week–see you Friday!


  6. I love your vlog Christy and how wonderful it is to receive your heart’s words – what a blessing to so many and amazing how the Spirit has led you in this way and how it has helped so many other women. Your words and blog are such a blessing to me and keep writing and share your heart boldly! God bless, friend! 🙂


  7. Always love your vulnerability and genuine desire to make positive changes in your life and help others! Great topic! Blessings to you!


  8. What encouragement! I know God is proud of you for using your experience to help others. Thanks for linking up at #ThreeWordWednesday.


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