Say 'I Love You' Everyday!
March 2, 2012 8:25pm CST
Many people take almost their whole lives looking for the one they can call their own. Not everyone is given then luxury of finding their love in 1, 2, or even 10 gos, so it is important to recognize that if you have that special someone right now, you go ahead and make them feel "special" indeed for as often as you can. This would help keep the passion alive and flame burning. The least you can do, is take 1 second at least once a day, to stop what you're doing and tell that person, "I love you." It takes just one second. I'm sure there's more than 1 second in our busy lives that we can afford to spare everyday. Of course, we're not limited to that. We can always make them even more special by being creative-- just a little bit more effort, like making heart-shaped ripples on our loved ones coffee, or fixing them dinner with a little bit of love note, or anything else corny or sweet. We always laugh at corny things but one thing can't be denied. It always works... ALWAYS.. So if you haven't yet, go take a break, take that 1 second and tell your loved ones you love them. Love y'all! Cheers!
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3 Mar 12
I think you are right, when you have found that special person you should make them always feel special but I think a lot of people these days just take it all for granted and then they don't wake up until they have lost that special person one way or another, and it is one thing in life that doesn't cost anything and the Governments of the world haven't put a tax on it yet, make your loved one feel special and the magic will go on.
3 Mar 12
Oh, goodness gracious, don't give the government the idea. Tax is something I can never say "I love you" to. Well, I hope this helps to remind people every once in a while. I would actually do it if I had someone to tell it to. For now, my family will have to do.
13 May 12
hmmmm...i think its easier said than done. A lot of things could hinder one to do so such as pride, fear and all that stuff. But you have a good point there..those cheesy corny stuff do work plus its free and beneficial to both parties involved in the relationship.
3 Mar 12
I tell my children every day that I love them very much and hug and kiss them every day, I think , well I know this goes back to my childhood and even though I knew my mum loved me I can not remember her ever saying I love you or giving me a hug. She was very hard to get to as she always sat in an armchair and I could never sit next to her, I always sit on the sofa so the children can sit next ot me or on my lap. I do reember at the age of about thiteen asking for a hug and being told don't you think you are too old to be hugged!! My fourteen year old still comes for a hug and all my children still come and sit on my lap, something again I do not remember as a child. So I do find it very important ot od these things with my children, my 14 yr old son often askes for a hug