Saying “I love you” differently

A simple gesture, a caring look, a smile… they can all say how much you love them and how your relationship is real. You don’t always need to only say the words to assure your partner of your feelings for them.

So here’s a post for the girls ;)

(Sure guys, you can take up on the advice too! Safe to say, no one would mind.)

  • Anticipate his needs –> Does “Give him what he wants before he asks for it” sound familiar? Try to anticipate his needs, because if you think about it, there are many things that you can do without becoming a slave. Things like if you know he likes waking up to the smell of a fresh hot cup of coffee, or eating his favorite food if he’s sad or upset, etc. He’ll surely appreciate it!
  • Make compliments –> it’s been researched, proven and “case closed”: men like to be given compliments and tapped on the shoulder when they do something right. If he took up some sport, tell him how much you like that he’s in shape. If he cleaned up (with or without previous complaints from you) tell him how helpful he is. It works like a charm!
  • Call him -> even if you don’t have the itinerary, shopping list, etc. to talk over with him. It will remind both of you of the time you were first dating and couldn’t wait to hear each other’s voice. Also a nice idea is to leave him a surprise note (in his jacket, pants pocket, on the PC monitor, etc.). A cute message like “Who’s the best boyfriend in the world?” can help start his day with a smile on his face and it works miracles for your relationship!

There are many things you can do that don’t require a magic wand, but can make your loved one really feel that his needs are important to you.

So girls, do you do these things? What other ideas do you have? Please feel free to share ;)

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10 Responses to “Saying “I love you” differently”

  1. loved your post.
    I think you made some terrific points. it works both ways, what you give you get back. so nice when that’s true and the relationship is mutually supportive!!!!!

    the crowd goes awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

  2. Love all 3 things listed! I do some of them, but I admit I’d have to keep them in mind even more often.

  3. Very nice thoughts!
    I found that breakfast in bed on weekends is quite effective :)

  4. Small surprises are always nice, like a flower when she’s not expecting it :)

  5. nice thoughts :) yeah, you girls should do that because guys do too (sometimes :P ) and we deserve it :D

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