Did you know that words of affirmation can change your destiny? They can propel you into a completely different place in life, or turn you into someone who is not afraid of anything in particular. Have you ever met someone so certain about something that they could swear up to the skies about it? Well, I am here to tell you that this person is not just “crazy.”
These are people who truly believe in what they are saying, and if they don t say those words often enough, they will manifest their ideas in many ways.
People’s words of affirmation can cause miracles. Perhaps some of you did not care, but maybe others whose love languages are words of affirmation would’ve felt transformed upon receiving it as a gift.
In this second half of an article series on The 5 Love Languages, we are going to be examining the love language of words of affirmation itself and giving ideas on how to keep it coming around and positively changing your life. Let’s get started!
Before you start expressing your love language, you need to take note of some things: how you feel when you hear your love language, how it makes you feel to hear it, what are the things that make you feel when you hear it, etc.
You also need to make sure that you have good listening skills, and some kind of online therapy training so that you can train your brain to pick up the signals of your innermost loved ones.
After that, it comes down to how exactly you’re going to express it. There are lots of options here. You could get together with your partner to talk about it in person a few times each year or so, using a special moment as the occasion to express how you feel about it verbally.
I recommend that you try to take note of the following ways to express it: through physical touch, through words of affirmation, through imagination, and imagination only. That is how you get the most out of expressing it through this second part of the article.
Physical touch is great, especially if you’re in a very close relationship with your partner. It lets them know how well you feel about them in general and lets them know how their presence in your life means something to you.
I suggest doing this at least once a month. This way, you’ll keep the words fresh in their minds, and it will also serve as a constant reminder of the love that you feel for them. That is genuine praise, and that shows how you truly appreciate the other person.
Words of appreciation are great ways of expressing what you feel for the other person too. If you are giving praise to someone, make sure it’s sincere. Don’t be afraid to express your appreciation for their job, family, friends, etc. Just remember that it needs to come from the heart. And it needs to be genuine, otherwise, it won’t look like anything worth praising in the first place.
Imagination can be a great way to express how you feel without being in a direct conversation with anyone. Use some imagination to figure out what kind of things you can say to convince your partner to spend quality time with you.
I recommend that you do this after you have finished sex. The process helps you bond together more intimately with the person you are having quality time with, and you will be able to express all of those feelings more genuinely. After all, isn’t that what we all want?
I can’t tell you exactly how to go about expressing love using words. The best thing to do is get creative and figure out a way for yourself. You can start small and use phrases here and there to help your relationship grow. The only way for us not to develop into someone else is by letting our love expand and develop naturally.
The 5 love Languages
You’ll learn the secret that has changed millions of relationships across the world in The 5 Love Languages. Dr. Gary Chapman’s proven approach to showing and receiving love will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with your spouse, whether your relationship is flourishing or failing.
The 5 Love Languages is a book that is both practical and informative.
Negou Seid is a Software Engineer, Business owner and loves writing useful blogs.