Tag Archives: 5 Love Languages

Where Has All the Touching Gone?

Brad says…

There is a stunning lack of physical touch in most marriages. No I’m not just referring to sexual physical touch, I’m talking about any touch. Loving hugs, holding hands, cuddling on the couch, or the simple light touch as you are walking past each other. All of these touches are critical to all relationships, and yet the are lacking in most marriages

Where Has All the Touching Gone?

Maybe physical touch isn’t your or your spouses primary love language, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t an important part of communicating love and affection. When a couple starts out they can hardly keep their hands off each other. A new couple’s touch clearly communicate to each other and to everyone else that they are in love. Yet, as the years wear on all that touching seems to just melt away. Continue Reading

Addicted to Romance

Kate says . . . He walks into the kitchen after a long day with a smile, a gleam in his eye and his arm behind his back. He approaches unnoticed and whispered in her ear, “You are the most beautiful woman in the world and I couldn’t stop thinking about you all day!” Before… Continue Reading

Holding On To Love

Brad says… Love is a complicated subject to wrap your hands around. Ask a dozen people what love is and you will get a dozen answers. Love is feeling cared for Love is feeling safe Love is that fluttery feeling in your stomach Love is commitment Love is sacrifice The problem is that love is… Continue Reading