Lisa Moberly shared book "The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate"

Physical Touch

Though it’s what most people think of when pondering expressions of love. Holding hands, hugs, first kisses, and sex are what come to mind when people think of a relationship evolving. True all those actions matter and play a role in romance whether Physical Touch is your primary love language or not.

Physical touch for men or women is about physically connecting. That gentle stroke of the cheek, a kiss on the forehead, fingers laced together as you sit on the couch or walk side by side. Those actions, for people who need that tangible connection, fill their tank and their souls. A caress can carry a thousand messages. A hand to the forehead to check for fever speaks volumes about concern and interest in their spouses well being. A tight embrace before leaving the house communicates our appreciation for that person and getting one more loving moment before we miss them for the day.

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