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The Love Language of Physical Touch can be a hard one to learn to speak if it is not our own Love Language or if we have not had practice speaking it. Also, often time’s people have the misunderstanding that if their husband’s Love Language is Physical Touch that it means he wants sex all the time. But that just isn’t true. Make sure you understand the Love Language of Physical Touch by reading this explanation and these ideas.
Here are 3 ways to speak his Love Language that will for sure make him feel loved:
- PDA- Show some public display of affection. Nothing too crazy now! But hold his hand. Let your hand slide across his back as you squeeze by him. Sit next to him at the restaurant.
- Tell Him- When you are apart from each other make sure you tell him what you are looking forward to. Statements like, “I can’t wait to kiss those lips tonight.” or “Want to cuddle on the couch later?” are sure to get him looking forward to those things as well.
- A Challenge- This 10 day challenge will help you do simple acts each day to ensure you work in Physical Touch. This challenge is great even for those who feel really uncomfortable with speaking this Love Language. Although the acts are small they are sure to make a big difference with your man.
- BONUS: 4 Creative Ways to Make the Most of the Physical Touch (From a Girl Who Knows)
Sex is a type of intimacy that married couples for sure should do to connect, but that goes for all married couples not just those whose Love Language is Physical Touch. People’s whose love tank gets filled by Physical Touch need something other than sex. They desire for you to be close to them. For you to touch them. For you just to be near them. With these three tips above you can make sure your lover is feeling loved without sex.
If speaking your man’s Love Language is a struggle for you, you might want to check out this webinar.
What is a way you incorporate Physical Touch into your day?
Until Next Time-Truly Love,