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Intimacy involves feelings of emotional closeness and relation with another person. Intimate relationships are often characterized by an attitude of mutual trust, care, and receiving.

We can say in simple words about, a part of our sexuality can include intimacy, the ability to love, trust, and care for others in sexual and other relationships. We learn about intimacy from the relationships around us, especially those within our families.

Our sexual activities may be with other people where there may be varying degrees of intimacy. We can have sex with an intimate partner, a casual partner, an anonymous partner, a friend, etc.

Intimacy with others often involves taking emotional risks where people can share personal details and stories. Emotional intimacy does not automatically coincide with sexual intimacy, as people who have sex may choose not to share their most intimate thoughts and feelings or to have a sexual relationship that does not have a high level of emotional intimacy.

Here given a four important suggestions –

There are four suggestions in building an emotionally intimate relationship:-

1. Knowing and liking yourself about-

Some social scientists suggest that the initial step toward intimacy with others is getting to know and like you. By coming to know and value yourself, you identify your innermost feelings and needs and develop the security to share them with others.

2. Trusting and caring with your partner –

Trust and caring are two of the most important components of an intimate relationship. When trust exists, partners feel secure that disclosing intimate feelings will not lead to ridicule, rejection, or other harm. Research shows that trust builds gradually as people come to see the other person has made a sincere investment in the relationship.

Caring is an emotional bond that allows intimacy to develop. People care about each other and seek to fulfill each other’s needs and interests.

3. Honesty with your partner –

Honesty is also a feature of intimacy. When we are sexual with others, it might be helpful to consider what information we need to be honest about to help our sexual partners make informed choices and what information we would like our sexual partners to be honest about with us. Try to provide important information in a way that is concise and respectful to your partner(s) and yourself.

4. Clear communication with your partner-

Communication is a two-way street that embraces sending and receiving messages. Therefore, the clear communicator must also learn to be a good listener.

It is important when communicating with someone to listen not only to their words but also to their non-verbal cues. Nonverbal communication provides valuable clues to feelings. The tone of voice, gestures, body posture and facial expressions not only accentuate the spoken word but can also express emotion directly.

Clear communication can take the sadness out of relationships, turn away misunderstanding, resentment, and frustration, and increase general and sexual satisfaction within the relationship. This powerful method for any type of sadness, dishonesty, and misbehaving can save your life. So go with your partner, start good and polite communication, and grow in your life.

Bottom Line –

If you follow good decision-making habits, most problems will go away on their individual or not turn in your favor. So try to understand your life partner’s needs, feelings, and anything else important. If all kinds of simple tips fail don’t worry, you should see a doctor or sexologist, so they can give a better assessment.

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