10 Ways To Say I Love You
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10 Ways To Say I Love You

There is no such thing as too much love.

10 Ways To Say I Love You

Want to remind people that you love them, but can't put it into words? Not to worry, here are ten ways to remind your family, friends, and loved ones that you truly care for and love them.

1. "I'll be there for you."

This is perfectly explained in the FRIENDS theme song (*claps to self*) that says "I'll be there for you (when the rain starts to pour)." Whether you're there for your nervous child when you're walking them to their first day of kindergarten or you're there for your best friend who needs to be cheered up, the best way to let them know that you love them is to remind them that you are always there for them.

2. "Call me if you need me."

I especially say this to my friends who go out on the weekends because I want them to know that if they get caught in a messy situation, they are not alone.

3. "Please be safe."

Telling someone to be safe means that you genuinely care about them. The people that love us tell usually tell us this because they would never want to see us hurt or trapped in a harmful situation.

4. "I'm here for you."

Best friend having a rough day? Tell them this and then be there with open arms...and maybe a tub of ice cream.

5. "Let me take care of it for you."

Being stressed out is never fun. Taking some weight of a person's shoulders and doing little things that help take the stress off of them is a sign that you truly love them.

6. "You're beautiful."

It doesn't hurt to remind people of how beautiful they are especially when they feel like they're not.

7. "Do you need any help?"

When you see someone running around like a chicken with their head cut off, ask them if they need help. Even if they aren't being obvious about it, they probably really want your help. Simply offering to help them out could make them feel like you care and like they don't have to be afraid to ask for help when they really need it.

8. "Have you had enough sleep/food/water?"

Usually you'll hear this from your parents. While it may seem like they're nagging you, they are only asking out of concern because they love you and want what is best for you especially when it comes to your health.

9. "Good luck."

There is nothing better than hearing "good luck" before a big test, dance recital, class presentation, etc. It shows a person that you hope they do well which can also help them calm down.

10. "I'm praying for you."

Prayer is the most beautiful form of love. Praying for someone means that you're thinking about them even when you guys are apart.

All of these expressions are often heard by our parents, grandparents, or friends that love and care for us deeply. Don't be afraid to show some love to them in return. It can never hurt to remind people about how much you love them.

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