Here are seven creative ways to convey love that do not involve physically expressing it that you may try.

Appreciating your partner is essential. One cannot constantly express affection to their lover due to several factors. It's not a huge concern. We all know “actions speak louder than words.” It works in relationships too. Instead of saying “I love you”, do activities that make your partner feel cherished. It will help you both long-term. Here are 7 unusual ways to express love without words.

Hearing is very different from active listening. Listening is actively chosen. Good listeners focus on understanding the other person. Ask insightful questions to actively participate in the discourse.

Love may be enhanced by kindness. Writing your partner a love letter before work might make all the difference. A pleasant surprise is buying your partner's favorite dessert on the way home from work. Being nice instantly shows affection.

Love may be enhanced by kindness. Writing your partner a love letter before work might make all the difference. A pleasant surprise is buying your partner's favorite dessert on the way home from work. Being nice instantly shows affection.

Help your partner when they need it. If your partner doesn't have time to wash his car, you may do it after you get off work. Maybe you mended your girlfriend's drawer shelf before she asked for help. All these gestures matter.

I mean, this is massive. Knowing each other's phone passwords reveals a lot about the level of trust between you two, which is a top indicator of a relationship that isn't doing well.

Sending amusing GIFs, adorable emoticons, or unexpected lovely notes like “Thinking of you” or “Hey beautiful, hope you are having a great day” shows your spouse you are thinking of them.

Remembering significant dates and details demonstrates devotion. Reminding your spouse of a key meeting or making her favorite cuisine on a bad day.

Everyone appreciates being praised. People hate being taken for granted. When a loved one does something good or goes out of their way, thank them. Just a grin or “thank you” will do.

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