Below are the best books we could find on Intimacy.
Intimacy is a state and feeling of closeness with another person. It usually occurs with a mutual sense of trust and vulnerability formed through shared bonds, experiences, and confidences. Although the word is often used to represent physical intimacy specifically in romantic relationships, physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual intimacy can occur with different intensities in all kinds of relationships. Intimacy is often considered the ultimate level of human connection, where each person can feel equally known and accepted by the other(s). Every type of intimacy requires reciprocal honesty, openness, affirmation, and interpersonal awareness.
Part memoir and part guidebook, Share Your Stuff. I'll Go First. is the invitation you’ve been waiting for to show up with your whole self and discover the intimate, meaningful relationships you long for.
In this book, Louise Hay discusses the power and importance of affirmations and shows you how to apply them right now! Louise explains that when you state an affirmation, you’re really saying to your subconscious mind: "I am taking responsibility.
Based on questions from women who have attended author David Deida’s highly acclaimed relationships seminars, this must-have book puts male behavior under the microscope. Included are chapters on sex, work, relationships and communication.
Are you more distant from your spouse than you’d like to be? Do you or your spouse waste time mindlessly viewing email or surfing the Web? Welcome to the club! Modern marriage is busy, distracted, and overloaded to extremes, with ever-increasing lists of things to do, superficial electronic...
When it comes to finding love, are you standing in your own way? Daring to Love will help you identify the internal barriers that cause you to sabotage your love life, open yourself up to vulnerability, and build the intimate, lasting relationship you truly desire.
Asperger Syndrome (AS) can affect some of the fundamental ingredients required to make relationships work, such as emotional empathy and communication. This workbook provides couples affected by AS with strategies that will benefit their relationship together, and their family as a whole.
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