We live in a world of technology, social media and dating apps, a world where meeting someone organically feels like something from history books. In an effort to quell one’s loneliness or to feel proactive in the search for a partner, online dating has become commonplace. However, studies have shown that dating apps can have
Bringing Intimacy Back, a podcast that is dedicated to inspire, enlighten, and encourage intimate connections, is officially registered as a non-profit. Visit Bringing Intimacy Back for more information and watch previous shows or follow their social media (Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, & Twitter). Bringing Intimacy Back, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, has provided an engaging environment to
“Let communication be the seed that you water with honesty and love. So that it may produce a happy, fulfilling, and successful relationship.” -Stephan Labossiere We should fuel positivity, peace, and love into our loved ones, especially to our partners. Stephan Labossiere quoted it beautifully, couples will experience arguments and disagreements, but how you approach
Ok we’ve all been there..someone gives you a genuine compliment, maybe on your ability to lead, your giving spirit, or maybe it’s as simple as your hair..and we say “thank you.” At the same time we are either shrugging this off, or simply saying the words because that’s a polite response. BUT, how often do
Jerome Infantado has 14 years in the beauty/salon industry. He Currently is located at Blink Esthetics in Florida, specializing in Lashes and skincare treatments. Jerome will touch on the topic of how beauty correlates with intimacy, Secrets on the housewives he meets, and the tea on salon gossip. Jerome will also tell us the
Pushing Through The Hard Times…. Every married couple experiences their share of pain, disconnection, betrayal, and extraordinary stress. Some discover that if they will push through together and not make enemies of each other in the process, the beauty they experience on the other side far surpasses anything they could have imagined for themselves. If
Emotional Intimacy seems simple and straight forward, but can be surprisingly elusive. Emotional intimacy can vary greatly from couple to couple, person to person and from one time to another. Emotional intimacy is the perception of closeness. Emotionally intimate couples have a shared expectation of understanding, affirmation and sharing of personal feelings and bonding.