The most intimate relationship between two people is not the sexual relationship, but the emotional exposure.
In other words, an exchange occurs when we manage to overcome our fears and that we offer ourselves to the other by allowing him to really know us.
However, it is not easy to get there; in fact, emotional exposure is not something to be taken lightly, and that is a long-term job.
It takes time, strength, but also a desire to listen, feel and embrace emotions. It is necessary to know oneself, but also to know the other.
Seen in this light, the term KNOW, used by Bible writers to talk about sexual love and the introduction of intimacy, does not seem so ordinary anymore.
To know oneself and to expose one’s passions, feelings and emotional history is the theme of this article.