If you and your partner are feeling ambitious, try taking a cooking class together. Side by side, you are sure to give and receive many touches. Make it a point to be close and have fun. If you would like to find a class near you, try this website (click Cooking, then Couples Cooking). Bon appétit!
Sticky Memo Ball
Consider giving a sticky memo ball to your loved one. After opening, take turns writing your favorite expressions of touches on each sticky note. Then play a game—rolling the memo ball and doing whatever suggestion lands on top. Peel that one and add another. Play until your love tanks are full. https://www.poppin.com/Sticky-Memo-Ball-104898.html
Acts of Service
Pamper your partner with the gift a foot mask and commit to apply it whenever the time is right.
The 5 Love Languages® of Children
The #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages® has helped millions of couples learn the secret to building a love that lasts. Now discover how to speak your child’s love language in a way that he or she understands.
Now and Laters
Get a little physical with your spouse playing this sweet game. Pick up a few packs of individually wrapped Now and Laters®. Stash them around the house for your spouse to find. Instruct them that every time they find one to let you know. When they do, they get a 60-second hug or kiss now AND 60 seconds toward a massage or other agreed upon activity later when they “cash in” their candy.
The 5 Love Languages® of Teenagers
In this adaptation of the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages® (more than 13 million copies sold), Dr. Gary Chapman explores the world in which teenagers live, explains their developmental changes, and gives tools to help you identify and appropriately communicate in your teen’s love language.