Expressing gratitude to one’s partner can improve a relationship. Mindless or autopilot thank you may not help it. After a significant time of being together, people start to say ‘I love you’ a lot less. But those words should not be empty. Many people say I love you but don’t act likewise. Pay attention to the words and phrases mostly considered little. Most often, we just don’t notice their implications but their implications are huge.
Say I’ve been thinking of you. Say what you admire about them. Say you miss them. Comfort them. Assure them that you listen to them, that you think about them, that you pay attention to them. Thank your partner. Tell them you love them. But don’t press them to say they love you in return. If they feel the emotion, they will speak the emotion, and If your partner is ill, you don’t need to have them ask you for help. If they are sad, don’t make them ask for your hug, unconditional love me spontaneous hugs and kisses.
If they are excited, be excited for them. Openly communicating with your loved ones brings everyone closer together. Refrain from expressing bad or vulgar jokes towards your partner or anyone else, feelings get hurt. Are you the type of person to bury your emotions within yourself and cook the stew for the never-ending? Communicate honestly. Don’t hide your emotions or ignore how they feel about you, communication is the key to a healthy and happy relationship.
Don’t be shy or afraid to say I love you. Don’t be afraid to act silly; laughter is the best medicine for sadness. Being silly ignites the youth of everlasting happiness within you to share with your beloved. Embrace each other as human beings were meant to embrace one another. God’s plan is to spread eternal love within you hearts to spread within your household and throughout the world. Love, a gentle beginning of a warm smile; a caring sound, a passionate hug to an everlasting life.