“When you start using senses you’ve neglected, your reward is to see the world [and your marriage] with completely fresh eyes.” —Barbara Sher

Your marriages may be experiencing some struggles due to the fact that you are loving each other with only one or two of the 5 senses you have.

You may have fallen into what’s comfortable for you in your marriage and not necessarily what’s best for your marriages.

Using each of your 5 senses can bring a heightened experience to your marriage that may have become dormant.

The 5 Senses:

  • Sight
  • Hearing
  • Touch
  • Taste
  • Smell

Just as your marriage needs all 6 forms of intimacies firing, you marriage needs ALL of your 5 senses involved in the marriage.

When you are only loving with one or two of the senses you BOTH are missing out on an incredible level of connection.

It’s incomplete. It’s a fraction of what it could be.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about loving one another using each of your 5 senses to stimulate excitement in your marriage.

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