It happens to the best of us: When you first fell in love, you couldn't get enough of each other.You spent time, money, and effort to stay connected.There's a place for you to dance together, the music sets the scene, you both sense the rhythm, take it in turns to 'do your thing', follow or take the lead, you do it together, it gives you both pleasure and has a purpose.If you are reasonably good at it, it should be a satisfying experience.
Good communication can be described as a dance between two people." And "I love you" turns into "I'll be home late tonight." Passion is replaced by errands.Intimacy is replaced by catching up on work on your laptop..bed. Study after study shows that being connected to someone—fostering trust, honesty, and the ability to reveal private thoughts and feelings—can reduce stress and feelings of loneliness.It's the power of seduction, of true mental connection, and of physical touch.Rebuilding intimacy and connection doesn't happen by itself.