Yes, of course! Its important to make sure that they know they're appreciated.
My significant others are my daughter and my grand children. And yes, I tell them more than once a day that I love them.
I believe you don't have to tell your significant other 24/7 I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you. If you truly love someone they can tell and you will know it too.
Please read these quotes and find out what I mean.
~True love is not about the hugs and kisses, the 'I love you's' or the 'I miss you's', but about the chills that hit every part of your spine when you think about Me/him or her!~ By Lauren P
~Love and electricity are one and the same, my dear. If you do not feel the jolt in your soul every time a kiss is shared, a whisper is spoken, a touch is felt, then you are not really in love at all.~ C. J. Franks
Absolutely! I tell my husband and my children 'love you' when saying goodbye and when going to bed. They tell me as well. I say it so much that I have almost accidentally said "Bye, love you" to co-workers and friends. That will be a funny day when that happens!
Anyone who has read my hubs would understand why I believe it is so important to me that the people in my life know that I love them. I don't think it can be said too much. They know I love them just by my actions, but it's nice to say the words and to hear them!
yes..many times per day..if he's at work, i would message him from time to time, "hi, just a beep to say i love you,"... so cute and i always got the same message from him.. no day would pass by without saying i love u. its just that, we dont know what will happen the next day and better start living at the present as if this is your last...
It is a daily affair for me.
Why? It makes my day as I see a beautiful smile when I say the four letters word - LOVE which is 3 words - I love you
This is done every morning when I wake up. It is refreshing and indeed the most important words of my life. I live for my wife and children and that is why I am working hard for them every day. It helps to reduce the daily stress of work when I see the beautiful smile.
At the end of every phone call, as well as each morning before going to work and each night before going to bed.
If not everyday, then at least every day we communicate (which is actually almost everyday!) It can be through e-mail, FaceBook, phone or face-to-face, but it is not an obligation. It comes naturally. We want to tell each other.
In fact, sometimes when there is nothing else to say, we will still get in touch, just to say 'I love you'.
me and my joy don't only say it. our way of being is in sharing and showing. not by doing big things and going out of our way.but by being there, listening to each other, even when there are difficulties between each other. and hugging each other a lot.
yes, before I leave for the day and when I call on my way home. I never leave or hang up without saying I love you.
EVERY day, and more than once! He's the world to me, and should know it on a daily basis...even males appreciate such 'information'!
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