When a couple truly love each other, disagreements don’t scatter but strengthen them. This doesn’t mean that there isn’t any frictions between them but, they find a way to handle it in such a way that things don’t spiral out of control.
When a couple truly love each other, spending time with each other is something they look forward to and not what they frown at because their partners are such a bore. If your partner means anything important to you, you’d naturally be itching to spend even the tiniest minute you have off your ever busy schedule.
When a couple truly love each other, they are each other’s strengths in weak moments. It’s strange to know that people don’t let their partners in on what’s going on with them but, they’d rather open up to random or close people. Your spouse should be the first person you run to when you need a shoulder to lean on, not an outsider.
When a couple truly love each other, they don’t mind showing how much they love each other in public. While its true that not all couples are cool with PDAs (Public Display of Affection), true love doesn’t hide – IT SHOWS!
When a couple truly love each other, they correct each other with love and not harsh tones. No couple is infallible so, extra care should be taken when trying to correct a seeming fault.
When a couple truly love each other, they stand in the gap for each other. Neither of them is bereft of what to do for each other per time as they’re both useful to each other. Call this another way of supporting your spouse.
When a couple truly love each other, they shower each other with gifts, love and affection as is within their reach. As much as showing love to your spouse is important, doing what is within your reach and capacity is VERY VERY important.