What If You Said, I Love You?

So here we are at Valentines Day. I don’t love or hate this day. I am pretty neutral on the subject but I do like it for one reason–hopefully it is a reminder to just love in general. We definitely need more love in this chaotic world. But I have been thinking about something a lot lately . . .how often do you hold back saying, I love you?

It doesn’t matter if you hold back because you just assume the other person knows how you feel. It doesn’t matter if you think you have shown how you feel. It doesn’t matter if you are afraid of being the first person to say it. AND IT REALLY DOESN’T MATTER if you are afraid of saying it because you are unsure of what the other person’s reaction might be.

Take stock of how often you say, I love you. So I am issuing a challenge for today and going forward . . . If you want to tell someone you love . . . TELL THEM. If you think you have told someone that you love them enough times . . . YOU HAVEN’T.  Yes, saying those three little words changes things and I promise you–it will change for the better.

I am talking about all levels of love that you can express to anyone that you come in contact with. Just say it. Just be that person that everyone thinks is crazy but secretly wishes they were just as bold . . .and yes, I am talking about romantic love as well. It is Valentine’s Day isn’t it?

So here are 5 quotes to help you with saying those three little words to your romantic interest. If you choose to accept the challenge; please let me know how it goes!

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