The 9 importance of Physical Intimacy in a Relationship. 

Most world’s modern couples believe that one of the ways to get to know the partner is by getting intimate. The concept behind getting intimate does not mean having intercourse.

 In this purpose, physical intimacy means being swept over by your partner’s love and warmth, by a single touch, a hug or a kiss.

 Here are some of the true reasons why physical intimacy is important in a relationship.

It Helps You Connect:

It helps you connect with your partner in ways you would never imagine.

The Secured Feeling:

By getting intimate with your partner, you tend to feel secured in this big wide world. When he wraps his arms around you, the feeling is indescribable.

Makes You Feel Important:

When you are held in your lover’s arms, it somehow makes you feel that you are important to your partner.

The Touch Of Love:

Who doesn’t want to feel their partner’s love and warmth. Only by getting physical with each other can one feel it.

Sense Of Belonging:

It gives you a sort of assurance that you belong with him or her after you get intimate in a relationship.

Power Of A Kiss:

The power of a kiss is certainly magical! There are no words to describe how a lover’s kiss can change your life.

To Show Care:

Getting intimate in a relationship is one of the ways to show your care and concern for your partner with a touch.

Lightens Your Heart:

Getting intimate with your partner in a relationship makes you feel so light in the heart, if you minus the heavy pounding of excitement beating through your chest.

A Way Of Showing Love:

Apart from everything else, getting intimate with your partner only means you want to show him/her the love you have inside your heart.


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