How do you show love?

Bloganuary day 24 ❤️

I show love in small ways. I tell my other half that I love him every single day, sometimes two or three times a day…and I mean it. I tell my family and friends I love them, not all the time and probably not often enough (some people, especially in Ireland, can become embarrassed). I love to give and receive hugs, even once a day or if you or your loved one needs it. It can make such a difference to your emotional wellbeing.

I love to show love for people by giving them confidence boosts and reassuring them. For example, complimenting them if they have a new outfit or haircut, listening to their concerns and being there for them. I don’t often do big gestures but I like to be there for people I love, even being a shoulder to cry on if need be.

I also love the appropriate use of touch. A hand on someone’s shoulder or holding their hand. I feel these little things can make such a big difference and let’s people know that you care for them and their well-being.

What are your thoughts on today’s blog prompt?

Wayne ✌🏽

10 thoughts on “How do you show love?

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  1. I agree with your list 100%. I try and carry out the same things, including telling my husband that I love him multiple times a day – and exchanging kisses frequently during the day. But love can be demonstrated in many forms that are not explicit, such as offering compliments, being supportive or just listening when needed.

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  2. Coming from a large Italian/Irish family we were always close and huggers and we saw a close loving unit between mum and dad and it carried over there were always plenty of
    closeness and not afraid to reveal it. It just came naturally. I am not a public displayer but a hug, simple kiss if wanted is ok. If someone was in my life now I
    would make sure they would know every day that I loved them, so many simple ways to show it, a hug, holding hands even if you just connect by looking into the eyes. Love shines in many ways.

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