5 Keys to a More Intimate Relationship
As partners, you should strive to be each other’s biggest cheerleaders.
We all need support and should be able to find it in our intimate relationships.
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When your significant other is speaking, it is of the utmost importance to try your best to give your undivided attention.
Too much multi-tasking when conversations are important can be damaging to a relationship as it may leave one partner feeling less important.
It is important to be emotionally available to your significant other. Share your emotions, your thoughts and feelings with your partner and be willing to hear theirs. This creates a very strong emotional bond for both.
If you don’t know or can’t remember, strike up a conversation about things you both enjoy and see what you have in common.
If you find that you don’t have many common interests, try new activities together.
When is the last time you and your spouse sat down and had a really good laugh? Laughter is a natural physical uplift. Try it and see how good you feel afterward.
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