Stop Saying “I Love You” To Your Partner, Say These Instead

Stop Saying “I Love You” To Your Partner, Say These Instead

1. You’re so hot.

That sneaky swear word is there to say, you don’t just look good, you look absolutely amazing and I can’t take my eyes off you, it translates more or less into you, you’re so hot!

2. I’m more in love with you today than I was yesterday.

It’s not just because you love your partner more than you used to – it’s that you sat down today and thought about the fact that your love has grown in the last 24 hours.

3. You just made me laugh so hard

Having a sense of humor is great, but having a clever sense of humor is even better. It’s easy to forget how funny your partner is. This is a reminder to make each other laugh…and to appreciate it when it happens.

4. I love your body.

Make sure they know exactly how much you desire their body. Yes, there are more important things than the body, and it may seem shallow to some people. But at some point in your relationship, things like these become just as important.

5. Today I hate everyone, but you – you, you are my love.

Because sometimes a mute compliment is the best compliment of all. And some days, the best we can hope for in marriage is to be with someone we can stand, day in and day out.

6. I love it when we talk, and I love it when we don’t.

Talk is cheap, but the accompanying silence is something you have to work for.

It takes some time and effort to build something with someone where silence becomes comfortable. One is able to understand their silence as one understands their words. And the silence is not at all awkward; it is actually serene in its own way.

7. You look even better now than when I first met you.

Because aging brings everyone down. Even better if we can be specific: Find something in your partner that has improved with age – a thinner face, perhaps? a more muscular torso? – And praise them for it.

8. I f**king love you.

Try saying this without meaning it. It’s impossible!


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