No Doubts, More Lovemaking Makes Relationship Better (Research)

No Doubts, More Lovemaking Makes Relationship Better (Research)

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Good Communication
It is important to remember that true lovemaking is not only listening to your partners words, but also understanding their non-verbal cues such as tone of voice, posture, and facial expressions. By having clear communication, both partners will be on the same page and know exactly what the other person needs or expects of them in order to make love. This can avoid misunderstandings, frustrations, and resentment, thus creating and increasing emotional and physical satisfaction within a relationship.

Shared Activities
Interactions that can build positive memories with one another is a huge part of being close. For example, taking a cooking class together, dancing together, working out together, and traveling are all ways two people are able to bond and form an love relationship.

In a study shown by, a couple was tested to see what is important in their relationship. Physical closeness was a “must” for both partners. When it came to emotional closeness, one partner defined it as a “must” while the other partner defined it as a “should.” The study when on to say that the more “must-must” and “must-should” combinations between a couple, the greater the possibility for a more lovemaking and healthy relationship.

New research has proven that the more closeness (whether it be physical or emotional) a couple is, the higher the chance of their relationship lasting. Don’t forget, relationships take work and time to grow and become the best they can be. It is important to always remember to understand another’s priorities and to try and connect in ways that are important to both partners. This will ensure long term success.

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