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by Justine Crowley (follow)
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There are various way you can say I love you without using those words. Some people might buy gifts, or do nice things for their partner. How do you say those three magical words without actually saying them?

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I normally bake for my man, or buy him something special - something that's he's been having an eye on for a while (something that's not easy to find, but not impossible either) and gift it to him when he least expects it (not on his birthday/anniversary).
So sweet :)
We say it in words or sign it to each other every day, but it also comes across in stuff like him making me a cup of tea in the morning or me bringing him a small brandy at night.
Buy him some chocolate dipped strawberries on occasion when we catch up for lunch. It is a real treat for the rest of his working day when back in the office. Also buying an unexpected treat or writing a card and giving it to him.
Well in my day (don't ya just love that saying)...lol

We would use a few different things, that were taught to us.

One was 'Respect' of ones partner.
That ment no remarks (the are 'smart') like 'sure your going to mow the lawn''?
or ''when is his highness going to move his shoes''?
That kind of banter was not respectful, or even acceptable.It can cause familiarity.Which is turn causes contempt.

Consideration was another.

That if your partner came home, and forgot something he or she was to do, you just said ''that's o.k. maybe tomorrow''.
Not saying ''well you had better get it done tomorrow ''


We are all human, and we all make mistakes...but some partners seem to like to have that given to them, but when it comes down to giving it to their partner....that's a whole different story.

Behaviour is one of the most looked at actions in any relationship...sadly people just don't get-it.
My Husband is world to me. He is my life. I thank God everyday, that I got my husband Omkar has my life partner.

Action speaks louder than words.
1-To convey him that how much I luv him, I will take him to a calm and quite place sorrounded with greenery, because he is a nature lover, where we can sit camly,holding hands in hand and speak for longer hours.

2- My husband loves sports, so whenever possible, I make sure to give him my full attention and join him at his side during some Cricket/ Badminton matches. It means the world to him when I set everything else aside to enjoy this with him. (And I love the end result!)

Head massage before bed. He really enjoys it and it helps him get to sleep. I think he was a cat in a previous life!
by Vee
My husband loads the dishwasher after I ransack the kitchen in the name of cooking :) That shows his love for me.
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