Sexual Intimacy: Mastering The Art of Subtle Seduction  

Mastering The Art of Subtle Seduction  

If sexual intimacy is what you are really after, then the way to bring more of it into our lives is to be open, and have non-judging, and loving communication with me all the time, not simply when you are “looking for a little something.”

Jordan was motivated to learn and began to listen to Mary in a whole new way. He began to show up and pay attention to what she was saying. This kind of caring can’t be faked. If you are giving to your partner in order to manipulate them into accommodating any of your own desires, they will, in all likelihood, sense this on some level and your gift will be tainted.

If you are moved to give of yourself out of a desire to connect with your partner or to make them happier as an expression of your caring, then your gifts will be wholesome, and under such circumstances, both the of you will benefit.

True giving never has strings or expectations attached to it and it nourishes both the giver and the receiver.

Any giving that is contaminated by attachments is impure and therefore incapable of leaving either party fulfilled. Like junk food, it temporarily satisfies the desire and takes away the appetite, but it doesn’t nourish. Giving does.

 

Linda and Charlie Bloom are excited to announce the release of their third book, Happily Ever After . . . and 39 Other Myths about Love: Breaking Through to the Relationship of Your Dreams.

Praise for Happily Ever After:

“Love experts Linda and Charlie shine a bright light, busting the most common myths about relationships. Using real-life examples, they skillfully, provide effective strategies and tools to create and grow a deeply loving and fulfilling long-term connection.” – Arielle Ford, author of Turn You Mate into Your Soulmate

Instead of looking for perfection, strive to be the right person for your partner. Perfection can be overrated sometimes, and true love does not need you to be the perfect partner. As long as there is love, trust, understanding, respect, communication, and stability, your relationship will always blossom.

If you are looking to know more about this, check out this video below:


Written by Linda and Charlie Bloom
Originally appeared in Psychology today

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Mastering The Art of Subtle Seduction  
Mastering The Art of Subtle Seduction

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