Without Fear: the truth about intimacy love and passion
Most of us don’t want intimacy, we want security. Because intimacy is about openness, vulnerability and risk. And vulnerability can hurt.
Why are we afraid to be real? What does it mean to be real, to be honest or open? What do we desire in our relationships? And why do we settle for less? How do we name our fears and move beyond them? Is it possible to love someone even with doubts, mystery and upheaval?
How do we nourish our inner life—and find strength even when trust is betrayed?
How do we practice a love built on a foundation of kindness, appreciation, sensitivity, and attention?
How do we embrace the truth that intimacy has little to do with the other person. Intimacy begins with me.