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Each person shows love and likes to receive love differently. Some like words of affirmation while others like to be kissed, cuddled and spend quality time together. Some like to receive gifts or have some help around the house. Other people like to communicate and have long talks. Everyone is different. The important thing for you to figure out is what your partner needs from you to show them that you love them.
"You don't deserve to be loved." / "If this doesn't work out, you'll be alone forever!" / "You're never going to find the one, so you better just settle for him." Do you recognize that voice? It's the voice of your inner mean girl. She's negative; she's catty; she's judgmental. She compares your worst to everyone else's best. In her eyes, you lose every time. Your inner mean girl's favorite thing to do is to make you feel small, inadequate, and unworthy. While transforming your inner mean girl takes time and skill, there are a few steps you can take right away to take the power back from her self-sabotaging clutches!
That first glow of in love sometimes gets lost in the job of daily living. When children are added, it may seem you then ride the train to nowhere. Your relationship with your spouse gets lost in the muck of breakfast, getting kids up and dressed, off to work and school, back again with homework, soccer, karate, sleepovers, play dates, dinner, laundry, pets, and on and on.