Intimacy in marriage. Men often spell it S-E-X. Women frequently spell it T-A-L-K. It’s something married couples usually take for granted at the beginning of their relationship, but later may wonder what unseen gremlin came while they were sleeping and made it all go away. It’s something that a majority of long-married couples have learned to do well, and that many couples desperately want to improve.
If you’re reading this and you’re married, it’s likely either you or your spouse feels that intimacy is lacking between you. You may wonder why your spouse seems uninterested in sex, or why it seems you have nothing to talk about when you are together. You may believe your spouse is on a different planet spiritually, or that your only choices are to bail out of the marriage or to put up with disappointment for the duration.
There are other options. You CAN improve the intimacy between you. And it begins with understanding the Four Facets of Intimacy.
Four Facets of Intimacy
The Physical Factor