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I wonder whether women are more affectionate than Men? I, for one, love being affectionate. I love to hold hands, hug, cuddle, spooning and be close to my beloved. Perhaps thats because my primary love language is physical touch...

Men are often taught at an early age that big boys are tough and don't cry....where as women are more showy of their emotions.... (F)


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Some men are very affectionate; and there are women who are not really affectionate, but in most cases women are very affectionate and showy.

I love my man to be affectionate once in a while. I get bored if he will do that everyday. I think I like challenges,surprises something like that. I love to cuddle while we are watching tv,and holding hands while walking,or hug,I do that sometimes. :) there are many ways to express our love to our spouse.

physical touching is normal and is NOT just your primarily love language. :unsure:

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Sometimes we romantically argue about affection..... :P

If he says I love you!I will respond I love you the most!then he will say I love you ultimate!!! :lol:


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Some men are very affectionate; and there are women who are not really affectionate, but in most cases women are very affectionate and showy.

I love my man to be affectionate once in a while. I get bored if he will do that everyday. I think I like challenges,surprises something like that. I love to cuddle while we are watching tv,and holding hands while walking,or hug,I do that sometimes. :) there are many ways to express our love to our spouse.

physical touching is normal and is NOT just your primarily love language. :unsure:

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