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  • Author(s): ZAR, RACHEL ()
  • Source:
    Prevention. Apr2021, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p46-47. 2p. 2 Color Photographs.
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      One of my favorite easy interventions: Relationship experts John and Julie Gottman have found that one six-second kiss per day provides the body with the hormones it needs to feel the rush of those early relationship days. Rachel Zar, LMFT, CST, is a relationship and sex therapist at Spark Chicago Therapy and the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine & Menopause. I'm not even talking about sex here (though that will do it too), but about those little touches (hand squeeze, shoulder rub, forehead kiss) that send the message that you're more than just roomies. [Extracted from the article]
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