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Athea Horner

Being and Loving How to Achieve Intimacy With Another Person and Retain on

by Athea Horner

  • 259 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Jason Aronson Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intimacy (Psychology),
  • Developmental psychology,
  • Identity (Psychology)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8093659M
    ISBN 100876689314
    ISBN 109780876689318
    OCLC/WorldCa17260343

      Experiencing emotional intimacy with others is one of the most satisfying experiences of life. Emotional intimacy, or a sense of deep connection with another person or a group of people, occurs when each person is completely open hearted and devoted to taking % responsibility for their own feelings and needs. Love means not needing constant contact, in person or via text, to feel secure. It means trusting them in every way possible and earning their reciprocal trust in you. Love means loving yourself, too. It means always being your organic self and never shifting to fit another person’s standard.

    Being & Loving: How to Achieve Intimacy with Another Person and Retain One's Own Identity, Northvale, NJ: Aronson. Hunt, M. (). The Young Person's Guide to Love.   To get to know the person, first, you must create intimacy within the relationship. Intimacy in between the sheets is important, but I’m speaking more towards emotional intimacy which in its rawest form creates closeness with another person. Emotional Intimacy is the ability to feel vulnerable and still be confident that you will be accepted.

      In an ideal relationship, both partners would be equally invested in developing intimacy. But sometimes one or both partners can be afraid of intimacy. Let’s examine both sides of the issue, one from the point of view of the person who is intimacy avoidant, and the other, from the point of view of the person who loves someone who is intimacy avoidant.   Sadly, this picture of the Sunshine family is what many singles have of love. They idealize love and intimacy and make it into something that it’s not, nor can be. Sadly, they miss out on much of the beauty of loving another imperfect soul. Here are three ways that singles—and even married folks— idealize intimacy. Conflict is Bad.


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After my divorce I met another great guy and we were together for 5 years and had gotten engaged after 4 years of being together. Unfortunately he passed on. I then met another great guy whom I was with for very close to 4 years.

We parted and two years later I met the guy I am with. Intimacy is the same. There is one particular key to open the Intimacy Door in your relationships: it’s called the Key of Acceptance. Because intimacy means that we allow another person to “see into” us and they allow us to “see into” them, the Key of Acceptance must be used.