Many relations either don’t start or break up because of not expressing your feelings. Once you find a right partner it is important to express your love and after proposing it is important to keep expressing your feelings to make the relationship fresh forever.
Whatever may be the reason, either to start the relation or to continue the relation it is important that you express your feelings to your partner or loved one. Here are some simple ways to express your love feelings:
Express your love and feel free:
One of the major reasons that most of the people can’t start a relation is because the other person is not aware of each others feelings. He/She may or may not love you the way you do, but until you won’t express it, you would never know what another person exactly feels about you or want in this relationship? It forms a complete cycle, where you first start feeling for someone, later you get more crazy about that person and soon it start getting suffocating for you. Many people don’t express love because they are afraid, that the other person might reject and you will lose that person forever. Even if you are not expressing your love, doesn’t it hurts? Thus, you need to decide that, is it worth giving it a shot or not?
Make up your mind:
You must understand that your partner is not the a physic; he/she won’t understand your feelings until you express them. Lots of misunderstanding may occur because of lack conversation and not expressing your feelings. If you really want the relationship to last long, then you have to share your feelings. While sharing your feelings make sure that you don’t force them or get rude to them. Know the right tone to talk and right time to talk, this way even the other person can think calmly and respond to your feelings well. Thus, First of all make up your mind that you need to express your feelings to your loved one and what would be the right way to do it.
If you want to express your feelings to your partner, plan a time when you both are free and in a good mood. If your partner is in a good mood, he/she will understand your feelings and take it seriously. Starts with hints, and see your partner’s reaction and if he/she shows the same affection or not. If yes, plan the next step and make it special. Everyone wants to feel special and all you need to do is, be the one who completes your loved one.
Make it simple and sweet:
No need to write a seven page letter or learn a poem for your partner. Just use a simple word which shows your feeling and must be direct from the heart. Learning songs, poems never show your true feelings. Don’t take advice from your friends about what words to use and what expression to make, keep the words flow from your heart.
Hard to find words:
Many people (especially geeks) have excused that they don’t have words to express their feelings and partner should not expect from them to express feelings. That is totally wrong attitude, your partner is a person and likes to hear lovely things and want to know what you feel about him/her. It is not necessary that you can only express your feelings through words. Do what your partner likes, use a wallpaper on your desktop saying “ I LOVE YOU “ or just gift a simple rose to your partner. These small things will surely make your partner happy and he/she will notice your love.
Love after fight:
People in love do fight, but it doesn’t mean that you don’t love each other. If you love the person, no matter how much you fight, then forget the past and just feel the love inside you and tell the same to your partner. Most important is to be calm while expressing your feelings. Forget the past and move on.
You and your partner will never know what you both feel about each other without expressing your feelings. And remember this will work best when you both are in the mood to talk with each other and no mobile phones are there to disturb you.
So, go ahead and express your love and free yourself from the dilemma of, should I or should I not?
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