|celebrating our 58th anniversary in 2013|
Does Your Lover Feel Loved?
A Good Lover:
has the ability: to laugh, play, comment
skills: of listening, hearing, understanding
likes: touching, hugging, kissing
notices, compliments, admires
How often do you tell your special person, “I love you”? If that is something you feel but never think to say, make it a prioity to remember to say it every day. Eventually, it becmes natural to say it when you get up in the morning and when you go to bed at night. You cannot say it too often. Touching, hugging, kissing come naturally when you love and feel loved.
Talking and listening skills are a part of noticeing and caring. Very few people have good listening skills so many people feel misunderstood and not heard. When your lover believes you understand him/her, she/he feel loved.
Noticeing, complimenting, and admiring are like the icing on the cake. When a woman proudly shares with her friends something special her mate has done, he feels ten feet tall. When he shows his admiration of her in front of friends, she feels adored.
The best place to start is to say, “I love you,” not once but many times. If you don’t feel loved, let your mate know how good it feels when he/she tells you. Touch him and smile when you respond, “I love you, too.”