Apr 7, 2017

Love Language

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The other night I told my husband, "I worry about you and how you are feeling or doing when you are at work." He responded with a smile, "Thank you for worrying about me. I love that you care so much about me and my happiness."

It was a simple message, and shared in just a few words, but the effects of that small conversation will last us a lifetime. I have talked about going on dates and making time to go out sans kiddos to invest in your marriage, but I think I have forgotten to share a bigger message. 

Sharing your feelings and your love for your spouse is such an important piece of a happy life with your best friend. Remember that just because you think it, doesn't mean they know how you feel. I thought my husband would know that after five years of marriage I worry about him and his happiness, and maybe he did, but he wanted or needed to hear me say it. That is his love language.

Five years in and I am still working on being the best wife I can be, but for him it is totally worth it. Love languages are no joke! What's your love language?

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1 comment:

  1. Girl. I totally agree with you. Sometimes I will forget that my Hubs can't read my mind + know that I am thinking about him or that I love him so deeply and when I do put these frequent thoughts into words, it makes his day. And mine too.
    We are coming up to our 4 year wedding anniversary and like you, I am always working on being a better wife. I'm far from perfect, but I'm working on it. Thank you for sharing this post!


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