Non-verbal ways of saying "I love you"
Men tend to preserve themselves more at the beginning of the relationship. It is not uncommon, for example, that at the beginning of their love life they receive advice from more experienced family members or friends not to show their feelings so much, as they would be very vulnerable.
Women are expected, on the other hand, to be more romantic and affectionate, who express their feelings and express in various forms (including verbally) their love, not only for the loved one, but also for all the dear ones around them. So when a woman initiates a love life she is already much more familiar with this kind of expression of love than men. She has experienced this in her family relationships with friends and friends, and feels more comfortable about it.
Because she has this closeness and is culturally and socially symbolic as something to confirm the other's love, she tends to wish to hear this expression "I love you") often, not recognizing other non-verbal forms as possibilities for expressing this feeling.
Women usually speak much more than men, not only about their feelings, and they place much expectation in the demonstration verbal, who believe to be the ideal form of the other expressing their love. However, not everyone likes or feels free to verbally express their feelings, which does not mean that it is not reciprocal and that it is not being expressed in other ways.
Other types of language
We may think that before learn to communicate through speech, our communication was carried out through bodily signals. This language may be even truer than speech, because it does not involve rational aspects and accompanies us throughout our lives.
Our behaviors may be saying what we feel. With a passionate look, a love, a kiss or sexual desire, for example. Or even through simple day-to-day situations that we often ignore, such as when the other gives up something they have planned to accompany you, support you in the fulfillment of your dreams, and celebrate together all your achievements, when makes plans with you or engages you in your own life projects, when you try to show you other ways that can make you happier by surprising yourself with a delicious meal made with such care, when you offer your lap on that day that you need or when you are ready to solve practical questions simply to help you.
Indeed, there are many and inexhaustible ways of saying "I love you", because love is a very free feeling, it obeys no rule and has a
Whatever your way of expressing your love, we know how pleasant it is to know that we are loved. So for those who like to say "I love you", say, surrender, whenever and whenever you feel like it, without expectations or charges. To demand this from another can fuel one's own insecurity, generate the sense of untruth when it is said, and subtract the spontaneity that is fundamental to making this act so special.
Love is not a choice, but being in a relationship It is. Thus, it would be more coherent to think that love is beyond what is said, but is translated by the desire to be together and to want to be loved, despite all the differences and difficulties that this may represent. Enjoy the possibility of being with someone you love and who loves you and allow yourself to feel the presence of this feeling in the simple silence of accomplishing this powerful experience together.
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