Commit to the relationship you’re in… with all your heart
Decide that you are in this relationship, working on developing it, and nurturing it with love to the extent that you can. Without this commitment, you don’t have the foundation to build a loving relationship. That’s why this first step is crucial.
The person who works 60 hours a week can say, “I love my family so much. I work hard to ensure my wife and kids don’t lack anything” – that’s not love. Love is not a feeling. It is an action.
One of the most important ways to show love is to spend time with the person you love. After all, time is our most precious possession.
Communicate your love
There are countless practical ways to do this; find the ones that work for you. Please pay attention to what he likes and surprise him with small actions that put a smile on his face.
Don’t forget to be spontaneous.
Don’t allow routine to creep into your relationship. Years together can take away the excitement you felt when everything was new. Spontaneity can breathe life into any relationship.
Acknowledge the little things your partner does for you
You may not even notice some of them. That’s why it’s essential to pay more attention to what they do for you and thank them for it.
Could you support him?
Love them not only for the good but also for the bad. In difficult moments you show him how much you care for him. Support him, choose to be there for him, listen to him, pick him up when he can’t, to be a pillar for him on his hard days.
Give him the space he needs
You don’t have to be dependent on him. Too much time together can be damaging to a relationship. Yes, it’s good to do things together. But it would help if you found a healthy balance – don’t lose yourself in the relationship. Please keep doing what you enjoy and allow him to do the same.