adamwarlock2099 wrote:I would say it's about how a person expresses how they love someone. Many times when my wife gets down (she's bi-polar) I realize how much some people need to hear "I love you" no matter how well I show through my actions that I do love her. To her at sometimes all that sh*t doesn't matter unless she hears me say "I love you". And sometimes it is quite frustrating because it does feel as if she doesn't notice all things that I do for her and the kids, she that someone is showing her attention. But I realize that even though she constantly tells me she loves me, I know that through her actions and not just because she says it, that it's all different for different people.
at1with0 wrote:Makes me think of all kinds of people... My mom, God, and others.
sandra wrote:I agree, its definitely about how a person expresses love, same as how a person
can and knows how to express love. Well it seems like your wife and you
have some good balance though, its clear you do well to understand her, thats
cool. But its not always easy it, I've burned alot of bridges in my past.
Not everyone is very capable of showing,sharing,expressing love period.
This was an intriguing statement to me, because at times it is more
simple than thought, not all of us have had alot of love in our life
but who doesn't do with what they have.
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