Emotional Intimacy: Expressing Feelings and Emotions in Intimate Relationships





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Published on Mar 5, 2014

Craving emotional intimacy in your relationship? Emotional intimacy is easy when you teach your spouse to begin expressing feelings and emotions. ► http://www.LoveAtFirstfight.com

A quick way to increase the sense of emotional intimacy between you and your lover is to let them into your inner emotional world and allow them to share it with you.

If you're already able to clearly express what emotions you're feeling, good for you.

If not, you need to first learn to identify sensations in your body and then identify the feelings and emotions associated with those sensations.

According to book Emotional Intelligence 2.0, only 36% of people can actually name their feelings as they are happening, so you're not alone if this feels foreign to you.

The ability to name your feelings is called emotional intelligence.

If you want feel emotional intimacy with your partner, you're going to have to begin developing your emotional intelligence.

Here's the curriculum for developing emotional intelligence:

02:19 - The 6 Basic Emotions
03:00 - Become aware of sensations in your body
04:12 - Identify the feelings and emotions
04:23 - Express your emotional state to your partner.
05:04 - Ask for what you need in the moment to get that feeling moving

So there you have it - 4 simple steps to get in touch with your emotions and feelings and communicate them with your partner.

If intimacy and passion have dies in your marriage or relationship, begin by sharing your feelings and expressing your with your partner like this. It will stir up the waters of emotional connection between you and add a beautiful new dimension to your relating.

Emotional intimacy can be learned and created. It just takes practice.



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