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What is the difference between making love and having sex?



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One of the best things about being in a loving, committed relationship is the act of making love, as much and as often as possible! Sure, it’s fun to just get down and dirty and do some nasty thing with your partner, but making love, with all the emotion and romance that entails, is one of the best feelings in the world. And it makes you feel more connected to your partner than almost anything else.

Before I connected with my wife, I never really thought I would want to get married. Before we were together, I was all about being totally single and hooking up with whomever I felt like whenever I felt like it. And then, when I did connect with him, I knew right away that I didn’t want to spend another day of my life without him.

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Making your lover a cup of tea
Brushing up against them in the kitchen when cooking together
Stealing a passionate kiss
Sharing a look across the dinner table
Going for a walk together for the joy of it
Are these all not forms of building love, or perhaps even making love? Is it possible that the making love in the sexual sense is merely another expression and confirmation of the true love shared between committed adults, when born from a foundation of ‘lovemaking’ in everyday life?
If foreplay is attributed to potentially enhancing sex, is it possible that loving expressions towards your partner are like divine foreplay, forever building towards amazing lovemaking sessions? That sounds dangerously orgasmic and maybe idealistic, but surely worth some further investigation?

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