>> Friday, February 26, 2010
Earlier this week we shared some current perspectives on fitness and health. Today, the subject is intimacy ... whether it's psychological or physical ... and what it can mean for your relationships.
- In what will probably be the last reference to the Olympics, the New York Times offers an inside look at what makes for a successful relationship on the ice. No surprise, part of the answer lies in both members of the couple putting in equal amounts of hard work – and knowing that falling and getting up again is part of the gig.
- On Shine.Yahoo.com, more than 100 readers responded to the question “Is Kissing More Intimate Than Sex?” Check it out and add your thoughts.
- The “Mind” blog at the New York Times offers an insightful look behind the psychology of touching. Seems that those sports teams who pat each other on the back do better than those who don’t. Likewise for couples.
- And if sex is on the agenda, here are 10 Surprising Health Benefits, courtesy of WebMD.
Hope this finds you well!