They fill your car up with gas, because they know you hate making the stop.
We generally love people how we wish they would love us.
This is what you’re like in a romantic relationship, depending on how you give and receive love.
Taking the time to hug you before they leave for work, even if they are running late.
Lucky you! Your partner would be happy to take some undesirable jobs off your list. Don’t be afraid to communicate about what you really dislike doing. Paying the bills or grocery shopping can suddenly become an activity they enjoy when they know how happy it will make you.
Acts of service: You trust innately in the value of good deeds, knowing in your heart that the spirit of generosity through service is contagious.
If you’re completely distracted by your phone the entire time, it doesn’t count.
One of the best things you can do for the health of your relationship is to surprise your partner with little trinkets that say “I’m thinking about you” for no reason.
No relationship ever failed because someone said “I love you” too often.
There is no feeling as good as the steady, quiet reassurance of frequent tender touches from your loved one.