Sep 9, 2012
At the time many couples decide to divorce, the intimacy in their relationship had subsided years ago. This process can erode slowly to the point where many don't even notice it happening until it's too late.
Intimacy includes sex but is much more than that. Intimacy is about being emotionally close to your partner, about being able to let your guard down, and let him or her know how you really feel. Intimacy is also about being able to accept and share in your partner's feelings, about being there when he/she wants to let their defenses down.
So why does intimacy fade and can the flame be rekindled? Many affairs are the result of intimacy dying in a relationship, and then finding someone else that makes them feel more important, loved and understood than their own partner.
In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck from The Divorce Expo in Chicago, Rev. Dr. Gary A. Williams and his wife Greta join the program to discuss how to co-create successful, intimate relationships. They bring a new insight into love and marriage and offer and alternative to divorce.
For more on the Williams, visit: www.SensuousSeminars.com