Words Fail Me: 7 Ways to Act like You Love Your Spouse

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PHYSICAL TOUCH - Hold hands
Remember the feeling the first time you held hands with someone you "liked." For a person whose love language is physical touch, that ... more 
Photo by: analogophile via photopin cc
PHYSICAL TOUCH - Hold hands
Remember the feeling the first time you held hands with someone you "liked." For a person whose love language is physical touch, that feeling is the same today as it was then.
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Wed, Aug 21, 2013 11:30 AM EDT
Do you love your spouse? How does your spouse know you love them? Maybe you tell them every day. Maybe every time you go separate ways your last words are "I love you." And you probably do love them and vice versa. What if the words you say don't necessarily spell love for your spouse? An article I recently read on Your Tango discusses two behaviors which lead to a healthy and loving relationship. One of which is knowing your spouse's love language. The Five Love Languages is a book by Dr. Gary Chapman which discusses five different ways people express and receive love. The words "I love you" should be expressed in some way. But when they are expressed they may not be received as love. You do it because you love your spouse, but your spouse may never interpret it that way. No matter what your love language is, or what your spouse's love language is, the important thing is to take action. Show your love in action. Click through for 7 ways to act like you love your spouse! -By Jackie Bledsoe Jr.



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