Why It’s Important to Show Appreciation to Our Loved Ones

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Nothing’s worse than feeling as if someone doesn’t love and appreciate you. Especially, when they’re your partner. I wonder if there’s a maximum amount of articles that I’m allowed to write about the importance of showing your appreciation for people when you have them in your life. Probably not, huh. Many times people fail to appreciate what they have when they have it. It’s not just people either. We all do this in regards to our possessions as well, because we don’t always appreciate and take good care of what we have enough in life. And sometimes, to the point where we end up losing things, because we didn’t take care of them enough.


If you have anything that’s of value to you in life, it’s necessary to take care of it in order to keep it nice. But many times we become careless, and we feel that we got what we wanted, and therefore, it should be an easy road from here on end. And well, you know, it’s not like we have to work for something that we already have, right? Wrong! 
And now let’s go back and talk more so about people, rather than possessions…


When you have someone in your life that you’ve worked hard to get, not only should you appreciate them, but you should cherish the fact that they’re in your life, and show your appreciation by putting love and effort into everything that you do. As well, you should show your loved ones how much you love them by being kind, courteous, appreciative, and showing gratitude. Be thankful and appreciate them! You should make them feel that you love and appreciate them just as much throughout your life, as you once did in the very beginning when you first met them.


Many times, it’s not even the big things that people do for us that will make us feel appreciated in life. Many times, it’s actually more so, the little things that go unnoticed, and that we feel unappreciated about. And that’s why we should let our partners know just how much we love and care for them on a daily basis, and not merely on a holiday, their birthday, or on special occasions. On special occasions, it’s sweet to go out of your way and to do things that you might not normally do. But, when it comes to showing someone how much you love and appreciate them, this is something that should be done throughout your journey with one another.


Going back-and-forth between people and possessions, knowing that they have very little in common, I hope you all understand the reason why I did so. You see, when we don’t take good care of the things that we have in life, they become damaged, and get bad a lot quicker. And the same thing goes for people in our life, because if we don’t take good care of anything that’s important to us in life, and we don’t show our love and appreciation enough, we might end up losing them. People need to be loved and appreciated enough. Otherwise, your relationship might start to deteriorate, people will age quicker, or you might even lose them, because they’ll likely end up thinking that perhaps you don’t love them enough or simply that you don’t value or appreciate having them in your life.


Remember, none of us is too great, too powerful, too strong, too beautiful, too rich, too smart, or too anything, that they wouldn’t want to feel loved and appreciated just like the next person. We all want to feel loved, and we all need to feel loved. And that’s why we shouldn’t take anything in life for granted, and we should appreciate the the people and the things that we have in life while we have them, instead of merely when they’re gone or as they’re getting destroyed. Appreciate the people that you have in your life so much, so that they’ll never even question how much you love them. Make them know how much you care by showing them through your words and your actions. Life is too short not to tell the people that you love how much they mean to you.

Anne Cohen

Founder, Owner, Writer, and Editor at Anne Cohen Writes
Anne Cohen is a lifestyle and relationship blogger based in Los Angeles, CA. Her blogs are Anne Cohen and 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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