In this episode we discuss relationship topics that include: Creating intimacy through trust. How to use words of appreciation to create more intimacy in your relationship. How to get your partner to do what you want through loving communication. Sponsors Talkspace: The online therapy company that believes that therapy should be affordable, confidential and convenient.
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