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Five gears of sexual and intimate activity Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a worksheet that is five gears of sexual and intimate activity worksheet, which will help you have a sexually healthy and intimate relationship with your partner.
What is the five gears of sexual and intimate activity worksheet about?
Five gears of sexual and intimate activity are about the basic five gears of intimacy and sexual activity when you think your partner is distancing from you. You need to think about these five gears. Five gears is all about the basic five components in your relationship that you think should be present all the time and are the most important components of your relationship.
How will the five gears of sexual and intimate activity worksheet help?
This worksheet will help you to think about what according to you are the five gears of sexual and intimate activity with your partner. You and your partner can fill it together and it will help you to identify which gear is missing from your relationship, it will help you have a healthy relationship.
Instructions on how to use five gears of sexual and intimate activity worksheet.
In your free time, think about what will help your relationship grow, fill it with your partner, and read it aloud with him/her.
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