I Love You

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Do you have people in your life that ask these questions of you? Maybe a parent, a friend, a sibling? Whoever is asking is someone who cares about you very deeply. They are showing their love for you by asking about your welfare, about your life and by doing acts of service for you. Some people find it difficult to say the actual words, “I love you!”. So instead they inquire about your daily life or do things to make your life easier. Do not take these people for granted or downplay their emotions towards you. They are the best of the best and they show up for you when you need them. They have your back and will support you in whatever you do.

Don’t forget to return the love by inquiring about the lives of others. Be kind, helpful and generous with your time. These gestures will let the people you care about know they are a priority for you. They will know that they are on your mind and in your heart. Maintain these relationships and don’t isolate yourself. It’s not good to be completely alone in the world even if you consider yourself an introvert.

So I ask you;

Did you eat today? Did you move your body? Did you take your medication? Did you remember your vitamins? Is your day going well?

Be Pretty, Plus and Proud and rest assured that you are loved and appreciated even when people don’t say the words. Trust in their actions and feel the care from the questions asked and the kindness bestowed on you.

One thought on “I Love You

  1. Yernasia Quorelios says:

    💜 Totally Agreed EveryOne; just Be Wary and Cautious about Falling in to The Trap of CoDependency…basically this means Set and Assert Boundaries if Bad Behaviours are Perceived; but Remain Present

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