Making love in this time is a physical act between two or more people; A way to express feelings without words; An act that determines the continuation of a relationship; A form of closeness on temporary basis; Words to make Sex sound better.
From My Heart: Making love doesn’t start in the bedroom. It starts with a ride in the car, the living room, out on dates, a phone call at lunch, conversation during dinner, working together and accomplishing goals together, listening and talking about all things, making each other laugh and holding each other during the tears, appreciating the love and time that you share.
Making love starts the moment you get out of bed and start finding ways to make your relationship work. What you do outside the bedroom determine if your sex is called Making Love. If the only time you feel loved is during sex, it’s not love making at all.