Bliss Counselling | Kelly McDonnell-Arnold
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Kelly McDonnell-Arnold



Couples often sacrifice their relationship to hold onto their sense of self or sacrifice their sense of self to stabilize their relationship. Being too close isn't always good. Work on developing more of a self while growing closer to your partner.
Forget about technique, and follow the connection during sex to know what to do next.
Intimacy is about letting yourself really be known, including parts that you or your partner may not like (both weaknesses and strengths). You will limit self-disclosure if you rely on your partner's validation. Resolving conflict requires intimacy based on validating yourself.
Make more eye contact in and out of the bedroom! Put your love glasses on and operate from the best in yourself. Reach out from the best in you to the best in your partner, both in and out of bed.