intimacy


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intimacy

1. A close familial, personal, or emotional relationship with another person.
2. Sexual relations.
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Brand Intimacy is defined as the emotional science that measures the bonds we form with the brands we use and love.
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Washington DC [USA], Dec 3 ( ANI ): Turns out, casual sex and hookups are not just about meaningless physical activity, but a source of intimacy.
That way would later be referred to as intimacy choreography, a term first used in 2006 by Tonia Sina, creator of the Intimacy for the Stage method and co-founder and executive director of Intimacy Directors International.
Critique: Practical, insightful, informative, and inspiring, "Growing Couple Intimacy: Improving Love, Sex, and Relationships" is impressively 'user friendly' in organization and presentation.
A quick primer on intimacy: It's what happens when people share their true selves--strengths, faults, fears and hopes--with one another and then continue to choose each other (as romantic partners or friends).
Intimacy is about transparency, authenticity, and vulnerability.
The case of the planter Jean-Severin Regnaud de Beaumont, who left a wife and children in La Rochelle and ended up creating a second family--a woman of color and their two daughters--in Saint-Domingue, provides evidence of intimacy across racial lines.
Significant telomere length was observed in women who reported weekly sexual intimacy, regardless of other relationship circumstances.
Sexy Brain brings the understanding of intimacy to a whole new level.