Monday, 16 July 2012

Touch me

The fifth, and last, love language that Chapman mentions is physical touch.  This is the second most important language to me.  Interestingly it is Caroline's least important love language.

'Try new touches in new places and let your spouse give you feedback on whether he finds it pleasurable or not.  Remember, he has the final word.  You are learning to speak his language.'
'Running the hand through the hair, giving a back rub, holding hands, embracing, sexual intercourse - all these and other "love touches" are the emotional lifeline of the person for whom physical touch is the primary love language.'

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