Non-Sexual Touch | Sunny & Sunmarie Burns

Many couples struggle because they are starved for physical affection. Often times when one spouse wants to become sexual with their partner, they actually don’t have much of a foundation of non-sexual touch and their advances are either harshly or passively rejected.

If you are one of the hordes of people who are working from home and confined in close proximity to your spouse for the foreseeable future, it is probably a good idea to set yourself up right!

Non-sexual touch is extremely important for maintaining physical and emotional connection, and is something that should be exercised very mindfully—ESPECIALLY while we are quarantined.

Enjoy hearing from this second-generation couple as they offer some wonderful tips as to how to practice non-sexual touch.

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This makes for a lovely episode: listen to an inspiring and enchanting love story of High Noon Families’ the School of Love project directors, Jario and Leena Vincenz-Gavin. 

Married for 13 years, these two have grown a lot and discovered many things about themselves, their work, and each other. Apart from being the fuel for families to mend their relationships, they also became a role model for couples working in the same environment, believing that learning about each other’s strengths and weaknesses will help create that perfect balance in marriage and relationships.