5 Ways To Show Your Boyfriend How Much You Love Him
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5 Ways To Show Your Boyfriend How Much You Love Him

My boyfriend deserves to be shown how much he means to me, in many different forms

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5 Ways To Show Your Boyfriend How Much You Love Him
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My boyfriend and I have already been through some tough times with each other after almost two months of being in this relationship. When he seems really down about whatever is going on in his life, I want to cheer him up, even in the smallest ways. I have compiled a list of ideas that you can do to show your boyfriend that you are always there for him and that you aren't going anywhere.

Be The One To Bring Him Flowers

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Now this sounds kind of weird but hear me out: I love defying the gender norms and actually getting my man a meal or something to show him that I can also take care of HIM. 

Write Him A Letter About Your Relationship

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An old-fashioned letter mailed to your love is one of the sweetest and simplest ways to show your man how much he means to you. You can write your heart out and the more you write, the more love you can put into a letter.

Ask Him How He Is Feeling

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This may seem too obvious but a lot of the times we forget to just ask our partner how they are feeling so this is definitely something to take advantage of.

Give Him A Long Hug

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Another simple thing to do but physical touch is something we take for granted a lot of the time. My long distance relationship makes it hard to always see each other but it is totally worth it when we do end up seeing each other.

Talk To Him About His Feelings

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My man and I talk about everything he may be feeling at the time, which can be hard because in my life, not a lot of guys have opened to me the way he has. It makes us grow closer as a couple and stronger in our identities.

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