How to know?
How to know if your partner really loves you?
Body language. Every moves or action will give you the hint. Look into your partner's eyes before kissing as it will be dilated. Observe closely and you will notice signs of love.
Actions speak louder than words, watch how he or she behaves around you and the extent he or she is willing to go to make you happy.
Although it is a very difficult question, but if you really love your partner then you need not to ask this question. In my opinion, love is only to feel, if people are really in love then their words, their activities and their body language all reveal that they love each other.
Suspicion is the main reason of breaking any relation. So first trust and then see, you will get everything in your favor.
Touch is a good indicator. Nonsexual touching, caressing, and stroking without words tells you alot. Also spending time together in the same room without major conversation but with an unspoken sense of comfort and closeness speaks to real love. Touch and quiet closeness indicate that your partner likes being around you and enjoys your company. True love connection.
If your partner really loves you, he will have made you well aware of that, so that's how you'll know.
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