2. Being in love means practicing intimacy - Deepstash
2. Being in love means practicing intimacy

2. Being in love means practicing intimacy

  • Intimacy has been described as “into-me-see”.
  • Intimacy means listening fully to someone’s heart and deepest feelings and sharing your heart and deepest feelings.
  • Intimacy means trying to listen and understand when someone is hurt, and working through conflict with each other in ways that honor and respect the relationship.
  • Intimacy means hanging in there and building mutual trust, safety, and heart-to-heart resonance.
  • Intimacy means having self-awareness and decreased defensiveness.
  • Intimacy does not seek to harm, punish, blame, attack, condemn, or criticize. It is therapeutic.

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