You might think you’re saying, “I love you,” but that’s not necessarily what your spouse or partner thinks. Sometimes what you do to/for them is a bit, “meh” to him/her – that’s just the truth of it.
My wife and I use sign language sometimes to communicate love, which is really meaningful to the both of us. But what if we were speaking two different languages? How would she know that I love her?
Furthermore, did you know the top intimacy needs for each spouse/partner have nothing to do with sex? The top needs include security, affection, affirmation, respect, appreciation, encouragement, comfort and a few others. We help you discover how your partner experiences intimacy and love, and then help you practice giving love in a language that’s completely meaningful to BOTH of you … we guarantee that when your spouse/partner feels loved, wanted, desired, needed, heard, understood, respected, and sexy you’ll find a playful and euphoric relationship that includes the best kind of sex you can imagine!
Monique and I would love to be part of your journey as you make intimacy grow for you! Oh, and did we mention that we do this together? We’re a married couple that are also the only co-therapy professional therapists in the area. Give us a call. 515-635-1805