Cuddling up with your spouse after a great love making session can do wonders for both of you.

Your skin is the largest organ on your body and when it is in contact with your spouse’s skin it can do wonders for your marriage.

The act of cuddling with your spouse releases the hormone oxytocin, “the feel-good hormone”, which can lead to overall happiness.

Cuddling can also release endorphins, which are the same hormones that are released during a good workout.

This week Tony & Alisa share how the act of cuddling, which was prevalent in their early years of marriage, has faded over time. They get to the root of why cuddling has faded over time and what they are going to do to get more cuddling in after sex.

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