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There are magic words that work wonders: I'm sorry, forgive me, it's my fault. And there are others that open up infinite possibilities: I love you, I need you, I can't live without you.
For some strange reason, there is a widespread misconception that good feelings towards our loved ones go without saying, are taken for granted, assumed. Therefore, with this perspective, from some indefinite moment in time, we abandon the good habit of showing our feelings, we stop saying "I love you", "I need you", "I like this or that", etc. I am sincerely convinced that it is not enough to give a gift once in a while, be it a diamond necklace, a bouquet of flowers or a box of chocolates. I am an unrepentant enthusiast for the palpable, physical and persistent demonstration over time of expressing what we feel for our loved ones: our partner, children, friends, each on their own scale. We do it with the dog and the cat, why don't we do it with human beings? I think we should give many more hugs, many more kisses, say many more "I love you", many more "I need you", many more "you are my life". And besides acting like this every day, it wouldn't hurt to write it down for the record. Have you tried to give a love letter to your wife you've been with for years? Have you tried to write a page with the word THANK YOU? I'm sure you have many reasons to be grateful. It's about sitting down for a few minutes, reflecting for a few minutes and putting down on paper what's in your heart. It doesn't seem too difficult. I think more than one person would be surprised at the results.