Today, we’re going to “touch” on the first love language, which is physical touch. For people who have this love language, physical connection is really very important in their relationships.
This isn’t just in romantic relationships. If you have a friend or family member who always wants to give you a hug, their love language is likely also physical touch.
Now that you know what physical touch is as a love language, here are a few ideas for how you can connect with your partner who may have physical touch as their predominate love language:
TAKE THEM DANCING
Holding the one you love close and dancing the night away is a great way to show your partner with this love language that you love them. It doesn’t matter if you’re slow dancing or bopping along to your favorite pop songs. Dance with them, and they’ll feel the physical connection with you.
GO ON A STROLL
GIVE A MASSAGE
This will mean the world to your partner who has physical touch as their love language. Of course, you would have to do it, not a paid professional.
I know you’ve probably seen these, and they are great for long-distance relationships and right now during COVID. These are bracelets that vibrate when your partner indicates they are thinking about you. It is a great way to connect even if you’re far away from one another. Just make sure you will be diligent using it, or your physical touch partner may become offended that you don’t think about them often.