A lot of people love alone time. I am just not one of them.
When couples tell me they have emotional intimacy, I often ask them about their fighting style. If they tell me they don't ever fight, I am quite assured that they don't have true intimacy.
Having an honest emotional vocabulary is crucial to emotional intimacy, though this communication art is easier for some of us than others. Ready to dig deep?
When you are able to tolerate seeing the flaws in your loved ones and love yourself knowing that your intimates see your flaws, you are on the path to emotional intimacy. Dr. Wendy Walsh gives us the second in a series of blogs on the hot skills needed to bond.
Emotional intimacy is the glue that will make all our relationships stronger. It is emotional intelligence in action. And it can be learned! (and taught to your kids). This is your step-by-step guide to make your relationships more meaningful and more secure using the powers of emotional intimacy.