Sunday, November 18, 2012

The LDD Relationship Building Workshop: Affection/Intimacy

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We discuss the importance of keeping the love/intimacy aspect of a relationship fresh and offer tips on how to do so.  You can read this article on our new website by clicking here.


Anonymous said...

Thank you again for your insight. For us newbies any information is helpful. I am very greatful to you and your wife for not only this marriage series, but also for the new forums. It has been nice to be able to "meet" like-minded people and make some new friends.

Cat said...

Great post Clint - I think sometimes we all get so caught up in our daily lives that we take one another for granted. A simple gesture of affection really does a lot to make your partner feel wanted.

One thing my fiance and I used to do was send each other cards. Sometimes they were e-cards and sometimes they were actual cards (not the big expensive ones - nothing elaborate). The card might just say "I'm so happy you're mine", "I love you", or "Just because..." I loved getting those cards and seeing the look on his face when he got one was such a gift - it was like 'ah, I'm appreciated, loved, wanted, respected, whatever the particular message was.' Just leaving a note somewhere you know they will find it will do the same thing.

This post is very timely - especially as we're coming in to the busy, stressful holiday season.


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