I Love You: 10 benefits to saying these 3 words in a relationship

I Love You is one phrase that is hard for many people to say. Maybe it’s because of their childhood. maybe it’s from a lack of trust, but either way, we have to break the barrier and understand that the phrase ” I love you ” is something that we need to say more to the ones we love and care for.

Each and every day I make sure to tell my wife I love her and match it with action to show my love for her as well. Do we have bad “moments”? YES! just like any other relationship, but that doesn’t mean I love her less. Somedays we may have told each other we love each other multiple times and then at the end of the day, we love to play this simple game of asking each other, “did I tell you I love you today?” we know the answer is yes, but one more, “I love you” won’t hurt.

Early in my life I have come to understand the power of words. From never jokingly speak death, or wish harm on someone you love, but even so, uplifting someone with words of encouragement. Studies have proven that words have more power than we think and adding “I love you” to your life can do wonders for you and others.

10 benefits to saying “I love you”:

  1. Strengthening relationships: Expressing love can help deepen connections with others and create stronger bonds between individuals.
  2. Boosting self-esteem: Hearing that someone loves you can make you feel valued and increase your confidence.
  3. Improving communication: Saying “I love you” can encourage open and honest communication between individuals.
  4. Reducing stress: Expressing love can release feel-good hormones like oxytocin, which can reduce stress and anxiety.
  5. Fostering trust: Sharing love can create a sense of trust and security between individuals.
  6. Enhancing emotional intelligence: Recognizing and expressing emotions can help individuals develop emotional intelligence and empathy.
  7. Promoting positivity: Expressing love can bring a positive and uplifting energy to relationships and interactions.
  8. Increasing happiness: Hearing that someone loves you can bring joy and happiness into your life.
  9. Encouraging reciprocity: Saying “I love you” can inspire others to express their own feelings of love and affection.
  10. Strengthening the immune system: Studies have shown that feeling loved and supported can improve physical health and strengthen the immune system.

Do you say “I Love You” often to your significant other? If not, add it and see if starts to change your energy and there’s. Who’s to say, maybe it will take things up a notch.

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