There Is More "To I Love" You In Your Relationship

There Is More To “I Love You” In Your Relationship Is it enough to say that you are in love? Saying “I love you!” to the partner is considered the most important element to reinforce your relationship. This idea, which may date as early as our childhood when our parents were constantly repeating they loved us, is still relevant today. But our feelings of affection, which we undoubtedly need to express, are only one aspect of love. Here are three more, which deserve our attention, as well as three other phrases that also seem essential for a romantic partnership: Saying That You Are Sorry Sooner or later we will make a mistake as imperfection lies deep In our human nature. And when we commit a mistake, usually to our closest one, our partner suffers or bears its consequences. In such situation confessing that we are wrong is necessary, as well as showing that we understand we have caused pain. Although some people might find it difficult to express their feelings of regret, a simple phrase as “I am sorry” is more than a good start. Why Apologising Is Important Very often the partner who offended the other does not agree with the injured partner’s perception of the situation, stating their intentions were pure. This causes conflict between the couple who find themselves fighting the battle of who is wrong and who is right which certainly doesn’t lead to a positive end. That’s why apologizing is crucial! It provides acknowledgment of the hurt partner’s feelings and shows an attempt to fix the mistake by the one who committed it. By attempting to repair the damage, helps the partner realize that the intention is not to impose negativity, but to diffuse the tense situation. It's a very good strategy to save a relationship in a longer perspective from delivering poisonous emotions such as anger and hatred. How You Apologise Matters To say “ I am sorry” is a good way of admitting your faults but you need to be cautious how to phrase your apology. If you say “I am sorry you felt this way when I did … ” you are actually blaming your partner for their negative emotions caused by your errors. You’ll have to express yourself differently. It is wiser to say “I am sorry I made you feel this way…” Now you are showing that you validate your partner’s feelings, while you don’t take their point of view as your own. Thus, you become able to clarify the intentions, which involved you both in this, and pave the way for a positive outcome from this situation. There Is No Love Without Forgiveness Trying to make up for our mistakes is the first step if we’ve hurt our loved one, but their forgiveness will put an end to the conflict. And despite “I forgive you” may seem easy to say, forgiveness is not always easily given. The offended partner might need more time to let go of negativity and to recover their trust. “There is no love without forgiveness…”, “…..there is no forgiveness without love”. Which means forgiving is as important as offering an apology and if your love is true, sooner or later the partner forgives. And when forgiveness is given the relationship becomes more sincere and the partners more prone to apologise to each other in the future. Pride Your Partner Often Love cannot go without respect and admiration, they are most explicitly manifested when we acknowledge our partner’s accomplishments and praise them about their achievements. So “You make me proud!” is a phrase our loved one must hear whenever they are successful in something. By showing that we appreciate them we also strengthen our mutual emotional connection and become fonder of each other. Love Has Different Aspects There are no easy relationships. But the romantic ones are maybe the most complicated, as two different individuals, often from different backgrounds, decide to be together only because of love. And saying out loud that they love each other is their relationship’s milestone. Yet we mustn’t forget that love has other aspects which are also worth to be involved in the partner’s communication. So, don’t be shy to say ”I am sorry” when you are wrong or “I forgive you” when you have forgiven a mistake. And certainly don’t refrain from praising your loved one for their achievements with a sincere “I'm so proud of you!”

Michael J Robey

Psychic Medium | Psychic Investigator

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