5 Ways to Make Your Partner Feel Loved

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Good relationships take hard work, effort, and a ton of love. They say that moderation is the key to life and the key to most things if you want balance and to be happy for the long term. But when it comes to loving someone hard and putting all of your soul and passion into expressing your feelings to your partner, I don’t really feel there’s any need for moderation. Go hard! Give it your all and love as hard as you can. This is something that should come very natural to you and your partner when you’re with the right person. However, it definitely doesn’t hurt to maintain what you have in your relationship or to put a little extra effort into making sure your partner feels your love.


If you really love your partner, whether it’s your boyfriend, your girlfriend, or your spouse, you should care immensely about maintaining your relationship and how your partner feels. You should always be caring, loving, and empathetic enough to connect with your partner, and to the point where you know if they feel your love and know how much you care about them.


In the same manner that many times people slack off at work or get lazy at times, many times people also get lazy when it comes to maintaining the love and passion in their relationship. As well, people also get lazy when it comes to keeping the fire alive and being romantic or spontaneous at times— which is something that couples should always make the time for. It’s important to make time for everything that’s of value to you and your life so that things that are good in your life will either stay the same or hopefully if you’re doing things in the best possible manner, they’ll improve. After all, with time and age, things don’t usually disintegrate, but they change or alter. And at the end of the day, when your partner is given the right amount of love, affection, and attention, they’ll thrive and your relationship will likely improve.


The best way to make your partner feel loved is to show them how much you care. Show them through a balance of your words and actions. Find out what’s important to your partner as far as a relationship goes and what will make them feel loved the most. Do those things. You should be willing to do nearly anything that you can— if it’s a positive thing— that will bring about more happiness to your partner, and to you as a couple. And make sure that you’re not so selfless, to the point were you never care about how you’re feeling in your relationship because that’s equally as important as pleasing your partner. We should always feel happy in our relationship in the same manner that we should be whole as an individual before getting into the relationship.


Here Are 5 Ways to Make Your Partner Feel Loved


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Do selfless acts and kind gestures. Go out of your way to please your partner when they least expect it by doing something sweet for them that you know they’ll enjoy.


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Be romantic, spontaneous, and keep things original and exciting by changing things up with variety once in a while. Although stability is good, the same old routine can become boring.


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Show your partner how much you care by being supportive of them in every way. Be their rock in difficult times, their shoulder to lean on, cry on, or rest beside. Be their best friend and their biggest fan. You should be this type of amazing partner and without motives or schemes. When you show your partner how much you care about them without having ulterior motives or any hopes to receive something in return, they will naturally feel your love.


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Express your love to your partner not only through your words but through your actions as well. Again, there should be a healthy balance between the two. Come up with some cool and fun things to do with your partner. Perhaps you could make a nice home cooked meal with candlelight and wine, and even a little light music in the background. There are many ways that you can express your love to your partner with a combination of words and actions. Find out what types of things your partner specifically likes because we’re all individuals and we all like different things.


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Take some of the load off from their daily routine if you think it might relieve some of their stress. If you see that your partner had a long or rough day, or is going through a challenging time in their life, it never hurts to offer your help, your love, support, or even a back massage once in a while. Ask your partner directly and with all of your heart if there’s anything that you can do to make them feel more at ease and relaxed.

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Anne Cohen

Founder, Owner, Writer, and Editor at ACW (Anne Cohen Writes)
Anne Cohen is a lifestyle and relationship blogger based in Los Angeles, CA. Her blogs are Anne Cohen and ACW (Anne Cohen Writes). She contributes to various publications including The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and many more. She's passionate about love, writing, chess, and more than anything, her two kids.

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