Growing Couple Intimacy: Improving Love, Sex, and Relationships
Is the intimacy in your relationship as rich as it could be?
Expand your understanding of the power of intimacy in couples.
Learn new and stimulating ways to interact with your partner to enhance bonding.
Explore the possibilities of pushing the limits of six kinds of intimacy.
Advance your relationship with exercises you can do together or solo.
Relate at a deeper level than you may have thought possible.
Recharge passion for your relationship and partner.
"This workbook encourages us to take a step back and rethink our intentions and help us remember why we love our partners and continue to strengthen our relational bonds." -- Sarah Davinsizer, B.A.
Growing Couple Intimacy is well done, filled with concrete ways for couples to explore and grow individually and in their intimacy with one another." -- Pastor Mary J. Hendricks
"A wonderful, practical guide to further develop intimacy, including helpful activities that are both individual and couple focused." -- Melody Ray
Growing Couple Intimacy sums up many poignant topics most humans could use some help with and presents suggestions in very workable and understandable ways. I will be using this workbook in my own marriage. I also believe this will give me another useful tool in my clinical practice." -- Michael Stubler, MA, CRC, LPC
"Very insightful and engaging! The exercises help to break down walls and explore intimacy in ways you might not have known existed." -- Chris Schneider, Worship Leader, Manchester, CT
Growing Couple Intimacy is a useful tool that I can apply to individuals as well as couples. I found the practical applications outlined a helpful step towards intimacy growth." -- Nicole Behe, wife and mother
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