Intimacy is a familiar concept, but the word is actually not that well understood.
Even though we’re not always clear on what intimacy means in our relationships, we can definitely sense when it’s present – and when it’s not, right?
In today’s episode of The Intimate Marriage Podcast, I’m diving into the 3 types of intimacy, so you can identify where to put your attention in order to cultivate deeper intimacy in your marriage and in your life – starting now! Because there is a foundation that needs to be built before you enjoy more intimacy in your relationship, and it starts with how you relate to you.
- What intimacy really is – and some practical ways to build and cultivate more of it in your relationship
- The 3 types of intimacy and why these distinctions are important
- INTIMACY, my audio course for couples- and how it can help you bust the blocks preventing you from accessing more intimacy
- Where intimacy really begins (hint: it’s not with your partner!)
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About Alexandra Stockwell, MD
My mission is to change the cultural narrative around long-term relationships from one of ongoing stagnation and compromise to the delectable joy and deep gratification a couple feels while building passion and excitement on a daily basis.
For over two decades, I have been guiding men and women to bring pleasure and purpose back into all aspects of life— from the daily grind of running a household to creating ecstatic experiences in the bedroom!
I embarked on this journey not only for my patients but for myself and my own relationship. I wanted more for my life and my marriage than logistics, and discussions about childcare.