In your marriage the power of touch, non-sexual and sexual, are vitally important to your well being.

Did you know that touch can ease your pains, lessen anxiety in your marriage, soften the blows of life that come your way, generate hope and has the power to heal you?

Your hand upon your spouse can also slow their heart rate, give them a feeling of relaxation and the spiritual connection is long lasting.

When words can’t say everything you hope for touching your spouse can speak volumes.

In this podcast we’ll cover four forms of touch that you can have in your marriage.

Connecting Touch
Light Touch
Companionship Touch
Intimate Touch

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