Letting People Know You Love Them

It’s easy to take our feelings for granted

and to assume that the people we care about

know how we feel about them.

But while those we love

are often quite cognizant of our feelings,

saying “I love you” is a gift we should give


Letting people know you love them

is an important part of nurturing

any kind of loving relationship.

Few people tired of being told they are loved,

and saying “I love you”

can make a world of difference in someone’s life,

take a relationship to a new level,

or reaffirm and strengthen a steady bond.

Everyone needs to hear the words “I love you.”

Three simple words – I – Love – You.

When you declare your love for someone

you admit to them that you care for them

in the most significant way.

It can be difficult to express your love using words,

particularly if you grew up around people

that never expressed their affection verbally.

But you should never be afraid to say “I love you”

or worry that doing so will thrust you

into a position of excessive vulnerability.

It is important to share your feelings

with those that matter to you.

Part of the fulfillment that comes

with loving someone is telling them that you love them.

Besides, love exists to be expressed, not withheld.

If you love someone, let them know.

Don’t be afraid of the strength of your emotions

or worry that your loved one won’t feel the same way.


Besides, the words "I love you"

are often best said to another without expectation

of a return investment.

As each one of us is filled

with an abundance of love,

there is never any worry
that you’ll run out of love

if your expression of love isn’t said back to you.

Saying, “I love you” is a gift of the heart

sent directly via words to the heart of a recipient.

Even though it may not always look that way,

love from the heart is an offering

that is always unconditional

and given without strings attached.

That is the true essence of the gift of “I love you.”

What do you think?



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