Let’s talk about intimacy! The word intimate or intimacy can make so many people feel uncomfortable just by saying it. We maybe have problems in the bedroom, we may not be able to connect with our partner in an emotional or sexual way, we may be afraid to be intimate with someone because of past trauma or from what we were taught, there are so many things. In this video I’m talking through the 5 ways to overcome the fear of intimacy. So if you’re having intimacy problems or intimacy challenges or intimacy issues in your life, this video will likely provide some helpful intimacy tips to make you a little less scared of being intimate with your partner. Have any other ways that have helped you be more intimate in your love life? Leave them in the comments below!
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