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How to Cultivate Intimacy? (2)

How to Cultivate Intimacy? (2)

  • Listen: Develop the habit of attentive listening. Be genuinely interested in what the other person has to say.
  • Talk Freely: Don't suffer from "I-have-to-be-strong" syndrome. Talk about what you're feeling, be human.Β 

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How to Cultivate Intimacy? (1)

How to Cultivate Intimacy? (1)

  • Touch: Use your body to demonstrate warmth. Use gestures like shaking hands & patting their back while respecting their personal space.Β 
  • Compliment: Develop the habit to remember details & express genuine praise when it is not expected.Β 

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Intimacy: The What & the Why

Intimacy: The What & the Why

  • Intimacy is the feeling of closeness with someone. It usually denotes mutual vulnerability, openness, and sharing.
  • Intimacy is crucial. We are social creatures, we thrive on close personal relationships with others.
  • Mental/Emotional intimacy plays an important role in develop...

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How to improve your communication skills?

How to improve your communication skills?

  • Listen with your eyes: Use the visual cues effectively & consciously.
  • Disperse advice sparingly: More often than not, people don't actually need advice; they just want a sympathetic listener.
  • Never break confidence: Despite y...

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