What’s the Secret to True Intimacy & Everlasting Deep Connection? Open the Path to True Love

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What’s the secret to true intimacy? A loving connection and a safe, supportive environment or haven wherein you and your partner feel free and encourage one another to be your true selves are important foundations to developing true intimacy. That may sound easy, but many relationships exist in less than safe or supportive environments.

And what if there’s been little intimacy to date….? Or being brutally honest there’s a sense of animosity between the two of you and negative communication patterns are the norm?

Is it possible to rekindle the love and deepen the connection under those circumstances and create true love and deep intimacy?Continue Reading

How do You Keep the Love in YOUR Relationship Alive & Sizzling?

Sadly many people believe that it’s challenging to keep the love in their relationship alive and sizzling. They expect the love to fade! And some Couple looking very affectionately at one another as they dance togetherbelieve that it’s only in new love by its very nature that the sparkle lives.

Not so! When you know what ignites the spark – mature relationships can be far deeper and more meaningful than ‘new love’ – reaching unparalleled levels of depth and devotion.

So what are the secrets of keeping your relationship alive and fresh and the love deeper than ever before?Continue Reading

Spice up Your Relationship with these Simple & Fun, Conscious Connection Practices

Young lovers walking down the streetIn an earlier post I outlined the role Dopamine and Serotonin play in experiencing the feelings of closeness and connection in the early phases of love. In that post I explained that it’s the presence of these love hormones that are responsible for how we feel, that ‘blinded in love’ feeling.

After this initial phase, there are two other hormones that are responsible for the love and connection experienced in the early years of partnership, Vasopressin, and Oxytocin. These two hormones are largely present in the early years, and remain so with couples who experience a healthy and satisfying sex life.Continue Reading

Don’t Put Your Head in the Sand! Relationships Need Nurturing to Deepen & Grow!

Ostrich with its head in the sand Relationships are like plants. They need to be nurtured and watered to grow and to develop. Neglect these basics and the relationship soon loses its gloss, its lustre and its ability to stand the weathering of time.

I often write about strategies for couples to adopt that will enable them to deepen their love for one another and keep the zing in their relationship alive and fresh! If you’ve read previous articles you’ll know that I am a great advocate for couples spending time together consciously discussing and sharing what keeps them aglow. Doing so ensures that the romance and love in the relationship is never taken for granted. Done on a regular basis, this small strategy ensures that over time rather than fading the love between the two of you deepens – deepens in two very important ways, increased respect and mutual admiration.Continue Reading