Do you still say those three magical words??

@bhawnam (1436)
India
February 13, 2009 3:34am CST
Do you still say I Love You to your loved one and do those small things to make him/her feel that he/she is special?? For me i do try to , but my husband now is a very busy man than he used to be a couple of years ago.... so we hardle talk to each other, as he has no time to... what about you??
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4 responses
• Philippines
13 Feb 09
I am not much of a verbal person. So I barely say the "three magical words." But I'm a type of person that shows affection. I love hugs and kisses. I love giving it to those people I care and love most. I like those little small and cute gestures. That's how I do to show my love. So, actions speak louder than voice, I guess I live by with that. But I say I love You only when I really mean it and if the timing is romantic and intimate. That's what I am.
@silverglint (2001)
• Philippines
13 Feb 09
I think its really sad that your husband is too busy even to talk. How long have you been married if I may ask? My husband and I are pretty busy too, but we made it a point to spend time together at least once a week. We've been married for 6 years now. Communication is very important in a marriage that is why we always try to take time to talk even if it means getting to sleep much later than the usual and feeling groggy the next day hehe and yes, we still say "I love you" to each other.
@aisaellis22 (6449)
• United States
13 Feb 09
Hello bhawnam! I always say I love you to my husband. We never missed saying that words because that what makes our relationship strong. Sometimes, if my husband forget to tell me I love you, I would not talk to him and if that happens, he knows why and then he would hug me and say "I love you, honey"...hehehe..it's nice to be in love..
@okoyskabo (186)
• Philippines
13 Feb 09
oh that's so sad. i think communication is very important in every relationship most specially in marriage for it to last. anyway, my husband and i find time to say "i love you" to each other often. and to our toddler.