7 Ways To Show Love Without Words

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How do you show love without words? Experts sound in.

Saying "I love you" is an excellent way to show someone you care about them. But sometimes words are not enough. Here, seven ProConnect experts explain how to show your love without using words. Saying I love you first

 

Compassion. When we are compassionate with the people we love, we give them permission to be flawed and vulnerable. Whether it is through a kind word, an act of service, or simply a hug or shoulder to lean on, our compassion for our spouse makes them feel loved in a way that is often difficult to express in words. -Esther Boykin, LMFT

 

For men, they would most appreciate sex. Men show love without words by problem-solving for their spouse, fixing things, doing things for them. Women would appreciate gifts or having things done for them. And women often show their love by buying their spouse something, or making them a nice meal. -Melodie Tucker Signs He's Serious

 

Being that 75 percent of our communication is non-verbal, learning to direct your non-verbal messages where you want them can not only help you to avoid toxic conflict, but it can actually bring you closer to your partner. Using posture, facial expressions, sweet gestures or even a "secret" handshake can communicate everything you want to your sweetie. Take care to be conscious of these things and you'll be surprised at the results. - Cory B Honickman Body language from domiant women.

 

Leave love notes around the house in surprising places where they will find them. Run then a hot bath, add rose petals and lighted candles. Give them a foot or back massage. Make then their favorite meal. Let then control the TV remote all evening. -Crystal Dawn Morris

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