Jill Duggar's bizarre sex advice for wives: 'Let him know you’re always available'

Other bizarre pointers from the reality TV star include 'Give at least a six-second kiss when coming and going' and 'Ask God to give you ideas of how you can surprise your husband'


                            Jill Duggar's bizarre sex advice for wives: 'Let him know you’re always available'

Want to keep your marriage happy and healthy? Jill Duggar Dillard has some advice for you – unconventional as they may seem, it has seemingly worked pretty well for the '19 Kids and Counting' star. Jill revealed that a book club that she is a part of with her girlfriends is currently reading 'His Needs, Her Needs' by Willard Harley and that during a discussion of the same, an older friend shared some "good advice" with the younger wives on how to have a long-lasting marriage.

 

Marking the five year anniversary of her marriage to Derick Dillard, Jill wanted to share the long list of advice with her fellow young wives out in the world. She starts off by claiming how important it is to recognize that each individual is loved by God, before sharing that love with others. Quoting the Bible in her Dillard Family Blog, "[love] your neighbor as yourself." This, of course, includes their husbands.

The mother-of-two, who is against masturbation, advices that having sex often is a must and claims 3-4 times a week is a good start. "Let your spouse know that you’re always available," she says, further urging people to see a doctor and/or licensed counselor to get a second opinion if things aren’t working out in the bedroom.



 

"Ask him how you can pray for him and let him know when you do (e.g. send him text messages &/or write a little note)," reads another among the long list of tips to be a great wife. Another one asks wives to "look nice" for the husband and "to go bed fresh", which would apparently let him know that "you're up for fun", whenever he is, circling back to the first point of being always available for sex.

"I feel like you’re my mother when you…" is a sentence all wives should pay attention to, says Jill, claiming at that point women should ask their husband how they can improve or do better in this regard, and of course, women should not forget to praise their husbands every chance they get – whether it is directly or in front of others.

Other bizarre pointers include "Give at least a six-second kiss when coming and going" and "Ask God to give you ideas of how you can surprise your husband or do things that will mean a lot to him."

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