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john uballe July 24, 2012 at 11:18 am

I greatly appreciate this help, almost lk you hit the nail on the head with this one. I’m only 19 but I have a 2 yr old and grown up so much that I can say I’m a lot more mature than most men I know! My grandpa passed a couple months ago and he was always a mentor for me in my relationships but when he died I simply didn’t know what to do! So I picked up my bible and started reading and now I’m a fourth away from being done! Only thing is, as I’ve made changes to my life my girlfriend still treats me in a way thats best described as “its not what your saying but how you say it” and its extremely hard! I’m going to take these 8 steps into account and god willing things change. Thank you and god bless!

David Peach July 24, 2012 at 9:23 pm

John, I am glad to see you recognizing some maturity that God his putting into your life. I trust you will continue to seek Him and allow Him to lead. Live right. Do right. I trust that your love will show in your words and your actions.

Derek Hill July 24, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Thank you for this heartfelt article David. As I was reading I kept thinking of a story I heard about SHMILY(pronounced smiley with sh at the beginning). SHMILY stands for See How Much I Love You. I have always loved this story. The family that created this had something with SHMILY written on it(post-it or paper works) and of course a smiley face too. They would stick SHMILY in different spots in the house for the family to find. Anytime someone found SHMILY they would feel loved and they would then hide it again for someone else to find later. I have never used SHMILY, but today I am going to 🙂 Thank you again for the solid advice and wisdom in this. You did a great job. This article is a blessing to me and I know it will to others too!

In His Name always,

Carole in The UK July 24, 2012 at 7:51 pm

What a lovely practical article, I loved the title David and I was so blessed reading it.

I was smiling throughout it as I read each tip, as it fitted in perfectly,with my personal Bible study on the Fruit of the Spirit, as each tip demonstrated at least one or more of the Fruit.

I can truly say this is a list of wise tips that I will most certainly be putting into action in my life.

One thing I have been working on recently is to notice when my adult daughter completes something that may have been challenging to her and I applaud her efforts. I tell her so and then surprise her with one of her favourite special treats that she loves to eat.

Tiffany W July 25, 2012 at 1:25 pm

I enjoyed your 8 ways to show love very much. I am not married but I am a single mother with two children and I look forward to implementing these things into my parenting relationship with my children. It also made me think of relationships in my life that are important to me and how I can strengthen those as well.

Thank you for sharing, I was truly blessed.

JoAnn Ramos July 31, 2012 at 10:24 pm

I wanted to say that my husband and I are both coming to God again. He just accepted Christ as his Savior a few weeks ago and we have seen many blessings in our lives.
Another way to help show love without words is to just PRAY for your spouse. Ask your spouse if there is anything they need prayers for and just do it every day. Sometimes several times a day. I have just started a prayer journal and will keep one everyday to make sure that I am praying for my husband.

Patrick August 1, 2012 at 9:00 pm

Thank you for this insightful post on love! Real love is a commandment from GOD – “Love one another; as I have loved you.” It consists of a series of choices that two people get emotional about. It is not purely an emotion or a feeling that we just helplessly fall into like a hole in the sidewalk. Real love is deliberate. It lasts, not because of how we feel about the other person – but because of our dedication to our commitment to each other. If you truly love someone, you will be driven to sacrifice for that person, sometimes at your own loss, and do many things which go against your instinctive emotions. Sometimes, love must endure pain and hatred to complete itself. There is no object of jealousy or grief beyond itself. Love is the ultimate realization and subsequent death of all emotions… because it strives to unite our humanity with something higher than ourselves – with GOD.

Christine November 19, 2012 at 9:11 am

I just love your writing!!! thank you, and my God keep inspiring you;)

Trineice February 23, 2013 at 5:17 pm

Thank you for these inspiring words! This article helped me to understand clearly on how to have better relationships with the people you love!

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