5 Ways To Make A Woman Feel Really Loved

Posted by on November 20, 2017 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 4 Comments

By Jamie Khoo | Elephant Journal

I saw a funny thing today on Facebook which said, “Men: If you ever wanna know what a woman’s mind feels like, imagine a browser with 2,857 tabs open. All. The. Time.” And while that crazy tendency to think, imagine, create, obsess, worry over a thousand things all at the same time can be true at many times of any given day in my own life, women are, I believe, actually quite simple to please at heart.

Ultimately, like Damien points out in the introduction to his own post, each of us are just another human being “wanting to know that I am safe, that I am appreciated and loved for who I am.”

I’ve still got plenty to learn myself on this tricky but magical but challenging but thrilling path of forging and maintaining relationships, but here’s what I’ve treasured most from the times I’ve been so fortunate to love and be loved.

1. Get Naked with Me

Not just in the literal sense (although that would also be fantastic!). I have loved most the men who have dared to be vulnerable—and I say ‘dared’ because I think to show yourself honestly is an act of tremendous courage and strength. We don’t all want or need infallible superheroes. I just want to see you for you and as you—the amazing stuff, bad stuff, silly stuff, strong stuff, embarrassing stuff.

This isn’t about prying into your private inner life, it’s about understanding what makes your heart soar (and helping to give you extra big wings for it) and discovering what it really is that has birthed all those other things in and about you that I’ve fallen in love with.

Related Article: 12 Great Reasons Why You Should Be Naked More Often

Talk to me, share with me what you’re excited about, get mad and frustrated if I don’t understand or agree sometimes, don’t be afraid to be excited about something in front of me, let your face spontaneously contort into a million different expressions without trying to mask it into a placid something that you think I’d want to see. Just be you.

 2. Tell Me I’m Beautiful

And no, this isn’t about reassuring me that “my bum doesn’t look big in this dress” or telling me my new haircut looks great. I am glad when you tell me that I’m beautiful, but really, I love it more that you appreciate the things that have nothing to do with what I look like—my passion, my weird interests, my friendships, my wounds, my histories, my triumphs.

I feel most loved when you tell me that I’m beautiful when I know I’m at my most unkempt; when I’ve been so deeply engrossed in whatever I’m doing, loving, creating, living that I haven’t even realized that there’s now ink all over my face and my hair needs a wash.

Related Article: Compliments Are Powerful: Watch People React to Being Told They Are Beautiful (Video)

More often than not, I have fallen in love with you for so much more than your beautiful face—your energy, your talent, your humor, your many quirks, the cheeky glint in your eye, your passions, the way you light up when you’re extolling the virtues of deep-fried foods. I hope more than ever that I have captured your heart in the same way.

If I have, please let me know; this is what will make me feel my most beautiful.


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  1. camcam1894@hotmail.com' Camelia Thomas says:

    Really educational healthy tips

  2. robertdmcginty@gmail.com' Robert McGinty says:

    I married my wife on Deecember 27′ 1947 (until death do
    We part). Reva died Dec. 2, 2011.

    We had three children that wea loved and nourished
    For 62 years (until our daughter Mary died in May That
    Left Earl and Robin to love and cherish Along with
    Their children (my grandchildren) and their spouses.
    Robin lost her husband Gary Lindenmayer five years
    ago last Feb and is to be remarried March 20 to a.
    wonderful man, Tom Bristoe. We are happy for
    Her and her two sons Brad and Bryan.
    Our lives have been empty and void without
    Our loved ones these four and five years. How
    we have missed you Reva, Mary, and Gary. We
    know you are reünied in Heaven . And for that
    we rejoice though for a short time. We will ser
    See you again in a few years and then we’ll
    Be together forever. Praise God for this hope!
    Reva you made my life complete and happy for
    Sixty three years. Thank you for being my beautiful
    And loving wife. I Miss you more than words can tell.


    • admin@consciouslifenews.com' clnews says:

      Hi Robert. Your beautiful words really moved me. I think it’s wonderful that you were with Reva, the love of your life, for 62+ years. Not too many people can say that. God bless you. -Ross Pittman

  3. robertdmcginty@gmail.com' Robert McGinty says:

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