Touch is an incredibly powerful sensation. It is sensual, intimate, and essential for life.
Over 40 years of research point to the importance of affection in newborn and childhood development. We are hard-wired to crave physical touch, but all too often this is minimized in a relationship.
As important as touch is, couples tend to assume that if they hug, kiss, and make love, then they have experienced loving affection. WRONG! There is so much more to the magic of touch than that basic menu of options.
In this guest post for Engaged Marriage, I share Five creative tips for lovingly touching your partner in a fresh way [click to read the full article of tips posted at EngagedMarriage].