Intimacy is one of the most important factors in a healthy and strong relationship. It’s likely that you experienced intense intimacy on many levels – physically, emotionally, and mentally – when your relationship first started up. Maybe you were close friends who realized there was a spark between you that could not be ignored any longer. Maybe you went out on a blind date or were set up and you really hit it off. Or maybe – just maybe – it was love at first sight.
Whatever your story may be, you probably experienced an intense intimacy in the beginning of your relationship and, after some time, you’re finding that intimacy on some level has not kept up with the pace and changes in your lives together.
A serious relationship such as a marriage or long-term partnership needs all aspects of intimacy to stay alive and healthy. Shela Dean, relationship coach and author, developed the Frequent Foreplay Miles program to show couples that they can have fun while building and strengthening their relationship together and improving their sex life as an added bonus!
Your path to develop and maintain relationship intimacy with the Frequent Foreplay Miles program can produce so many benefits. You may find that you become so connected in mind and heart so that a physical bond naturally develops. You may find more support and trust in one another and become more comfortable sharing your innermost thoughts, needs, and desires. Improving intimacy is not only wonderful for your relationship, but it is also wonderful for you as an individual. You stand to gain more confidence and self esteem knowing that you have a fully supportive and secure relationship in your life.
Opening the lines of communication in a relationship in a way that is fun AND effective is at the heart of Frequent Foreplay Miles. Relationship intimacy starts with healthy and open communication. If you’ve tried before to improve communication and haven’t gotten the results you want and need, then this program might be right up your alley. My strategies are designed to be positive, helpful, fun, and easy to implement in your relationship.