Isn’t love amazing? Learning how to say love in different languages is a beautiful way to spread that happiness and joy to your loved ones!
Did you know there are different love languages that we can use to communicate love in different ways?
I recently learned that not everyone feels loved by a quick tap on the butt as their better half walks past in the kitchen. (Don’t worry, babe — I still enjoy it!)
If you’re ready to open your mind on how to say love in new and different ways, this is what this post is all about! Expand your mind and vocabulary in new and different ways.
Saying Love In Different Languages
Finding new words for love is really a lot of fun. Dare I say that uttering “I love you” can start to lose its meaning after saying it over and over again?
Now hear me out on that one. I’m not meaning that it’s not important to say it because it is. But if it’s constantly said, there can come a point in time where it’s just answered back without truly stopping and taking in the moment.
How To Say “I Love You” In Different Languages
We have over 7,000 languages in our world, so there are a lot of options for those three little words.
Below is just a small sampling of languages to say those lovely words.
How to say “I love you” in French:
How to say “I love you” in Spanish:
How to say “I love you” in Cheyenne:
How to say “I love you” in Japanese:
How to say “I love you” in Italian:
Pretty cool, right?
Along with saying those words of love, it’s important to find out how you like to be loved, too. This is where learning what you prefer from your partner or spouse is key.
Now that you know how to say “I love you” in different languages, take the time to use more loving gestures to show love too.
Ways To Share And Show Love
Words are great for love but actions are just as important. Put away the clean dishes, fold the laundry, let your spouse sleep in while you take the kids to school. Those are all actions of love without having to say a word.
More great ideas for showing love could be cooking dinner, cleaning up after dinner, surprising your better half with a small gift, making a plan to have a date night together. Again, the list could go on and on.
It’s true that saying that you love someone does need to be followed up with loving actions as well. This is where you have to walk the walk AND talk the talk.
Because once you do, you just might find your love life improves verbally and sexually (whoopie!) in ways that you never thought possible.
Couldn’t we all use more romantic and intimate moments in our lives?