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30 Simple Ways to Show Your Love

April 6, 2020

30 Simple Ways to Show Your Love

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A great relationship is built one small gesture at a time. Here are some simple things you can do to show your partner some love:

  • Ask about their day
  • Text something happy and positive
  • Give a hug and kiss goodbye
  • Give a hug and kiss hello
  • Launder or fold their clothes
  • Say “thank you”
  • Say “please”
  • Give a compliment on an action they have done for you or for your house
  • Make a cup of coffee or tea for your partner in the morning
  • Hold their hand
  • Do a few chores
  • Share a happy memory of something you did together
  • Tell your partner one thing that you appreciate about them
  • Call during the day just to say hello
  • Give a compliment on their looks
  • Join your partner on a walk, run, or some other form of exercise
  • Cuddle on the couch
  • Buy flowers
  • Make their favorite dessert
  • Smile when they first walk in the door
  • Give a backrub
  • Clean up after dinner so your partner can focus on something else
  • Whisper something naughty in their ear
  • Record a show you think they might like
  • Write a funny four-line poem
  • Make dinner together
  • Offer to run an errand with them or for them
  • Leave a steamy love note
  • Plan a surprise date night
  • Spend at least fifteen minutes talking without distractions

What are your favorite ways to show your love?


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