Pillow Talk

You’re laying down together. It’s quiet. Some brief play fighting eventually turns into a full-blown cuddle session. But in the midst of all the distractions, you’re still thinking about each other, your relationship and how great it feels to be physically and spiritually intertwined in the moment. Sometimes, it feels too good to be true, especially when you’ve experienced a very deep connection with your partner and it becomes more and more difficult to explain your feelings. And that’s where pillow talk comes into play — a special kind of communication that involves both gestures and verbal communication in a way that engages another person with the highest degree of vulnerability.

Pillow Talk

Pillow talk normally comes as part of a natural progression in any given relationship, but it can be rather confusing or too experimental for some people who aren’t very emotional to begin with. However, just because you may not be entirely familiar with the process, doesn’t mean that you can’t learn to master the art of communicating with your partner on such an important and intimate level.

Let’s begin.

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