The Principle of INTIMACY
“Two people who are in an intimate relationship with one another are often called a couple, especially if the members of that couple have placed some degree of permanency to their relationship.” Rev. B
Intimacy generally refers to the feeling of being in a close personal association and belonging together.
It is a familiar and very close affective connection with another as a result of a bond that is formed through knowledge and experience of the other.
Working out every opportunity to be intimate with your partner adds flavor and delight to the relationship and of course the best part is that it lengthens the relationship.
Playing together, sharing jokes, laughing over anything and nothing, dancing together, going for or watching sports together, going for parties and social gatherings together when it is possible, going for romantic getaways, marriage seminars, sex therapy and so forth.
IN TO ME SEE
Intimacy = "Into me, see"
Have you heard about the other way of writing the word "intimacy"?—"INTO ME, SEE." There's a
valuable piece of marital wisdom embedded in this clever play on words.
For modern married couples, a fair and mutually satisfactory plan for dividing up household chores begins with mutual understanding. It's a matter of really knowing your mate inside and out, learning about his or her special gifts and talents, finding out what makes him or her tick, and discovering what he or she really enjoys doing.
to be continued......