This is an exercise that helps build intimacy in marriages that I give to couples who struggle with communication or connecting with each other.
This is an intimacy exercise that is designed to become a permanent part of a couple’s interactive life, a new healthy habit. For many of us not being heard by our spouse is a form of rejection, it is an unspoken statement that we have no value to them. When couples do not listen to each other an opportunity to be intimate through attention is lost, and can never be recovered. To be heard is to be loved in the context of a marriage.
Marital Intimate Attention is defined as:
Demonstrating appropriate and focused interest, concern, and care of and for a spouse through entering their world by active listening without judgment, caretaking or contribution.
- For the man to demonstrate spiritual leadership through first…
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