I’m married to a loving, caring, remarkable man. I was blessed to discover this relationship quite a bit past middle age, and I treasure that we found each other.
We’re in awe at times that although we both experienced other marriages before, neither of us had felt truly loved until now. We wondered why? What’s different now? Interesting topic.
I’m a woman, so naturally I focused on the female side when I went to the Web looking for articles that would describe what makes a person feel loved in a relationship. I feel really loved, but I wondered if my past life’s experiences have made me more mellow and accepting…or if the things my husband does for me are pretty much universal signs of love, and if other women who experienced the same would feel really loved too.
I found a wonderful description in an article on the Web that verified that the type of attention my husband focuses on me is indeed of the ‘feel cherished’ variety. It truly works for me.
Here’s a link to the article I found that focuses on 11 ways to make a woman feel loved. If you agree, you may want to share it with your loved one…