Tom & Lisa

Why Sexual Attraction is Crucial to Any Relationship | Relationship Theory

Does your partner make you feel sexy? Do they appreciate you for the work you put in to look good for them? Is your partner not displaying enough affection, attraction, or giving enough compliments? On this episode of Relationship Theory, Lisa and Tom Bilyeu sit down to discuss such matters and more as they explore what to do if your partner isnt complimenting you or displaying signs of affection in a way that would make you feel sexy and attractive. They discuss the importance of raw sexual attraction with your partner, why giving compliments is crucial, how your self-esteem shouldnt fully rely on your partners opinions, why communication might be the root cause of your problems, why externalizing thoughts is a trained skill and requires work, and why both partners need to have a deep understanding of each others love language.

SHOW NOTES:

Feeling Attractive | Lisa and Tom discuss what to do if your partner doesnt compliment. [0:30]

Compliments | Tom and Lisa discuss the need for signs of affection in a relationship. [2:10]

Self-Esteem | Lisa and Tom discuss why you shouldnt rely on others for confidence. [3:31]

Communication | Lisa and Tom discuss the importance of communicating your needs. [5:19]

Externalize | Tom and Lisa discuss why externalizing thoughts is a trained skill. [6:05]

Love Language | Lisa and Tom discuss the importance of knowing your partners needs. [8:42]

QUOTES:

You dont have to choose. There is a world where you can date somebody who feels like your best friend and they make you feel sexy and attractive…” [2:40]

Cause I cant just rely on you, right? If I just always got my self-esteem based on whether you were giving me compliments for not, I think thats a disaster. I have to work on that by myself.[4:21]

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