When two people BOTH have “physical touch” as their top love language, things are bound to get obnoxious.
Bear with me here, I’m not going to get TMI on you.
Physical touch is far more than just hugs and kisses and sex. (Yes, I said the “s word.”) I remember the first time I took the Love Languages quiz, I got physical touch and felt a bit awkward about it. A close group of friends of both genders were sharing their scores, and I, as a single person, was afraid that having physical touch as my highest scoring language would come off “the wrong way,” or that it was in some way inappropriate. But that doesn’t have to be the case at all. Continue reading “Physical touch: We are THAT couple”