Healthy Intimacy

February 20, 2013

iStock 000004059055Large 199x300 Healthy Intimacy

Healthy Intimacy

BY TONYA RENE

Healthy intimacy is a primal need. We desire to be accepted at our core levels. When a couple rejects each other at their core level it is challenging to have a healthy relationship and to make the rest of the relationship successful.

In marriages, it is an important first step to recognize your compatibility as a couple and build from this point.

Over the years, we have been taught to override these primal instincts for security, for power, for money, for social status and even staying married for the children’s sake.

These decisions are not wrong, but how do you find peace with your decisions? Can you still experience joy?

Overriding our most primal nature creates conditions that result in affairs, domestic violence, sexless marriages, addictions, depression and illness. Everything appears right, but something is missing. This usually means your primal needs are not being met in your union.

“Man cannot live without joy, therefore when he is deprived of true spiritual joy it is necessary that he become addicted to carnal pleasures. “

St Thomas Aquinas

 

BY TONYA RENE

 

At An Exquisite Life, our goal is to provide you with a toolkit to enhance your awareness of your senses, needs, intuition and communication skills to improve your intimate relationships and experience joy. Stop by and read our essays, visit us on Facebook and don’t hesitate to share positive insights and helpful advice with other readers.

 

 

 

Trilogy boxset MS 234x300 Healthy Intimacy
Madeline Sloane's books include elements of her passions -- travel, boating, history and archaeology. The characters are generally from idyllic Eaton, a fictitious town in Pennsylvania, although most of her books feature exciting and exotic cities her heroines (and their lovers) visit during the course of their romantic journey.  Travel with the women and men of Eaton as they explore the world, and themselves, in the Eaton Romance Series.

SIGN UP TO RECEIVE MADELINE SLOANE'S NEWSLETTER


Towns:

Comments