43 Secrets Happy Couples Swear By To Keep Their Relationships Strong (Pictures)
LEARN EACH OTHER’S LOVE LANGUAGE
My fiancé Tommy values acts of service most while I’m a very independent person who has a hard time asking for help,” says Mandie M. “When he asks me for help, it makes a huge difference for me to remember that helping him makes him feel loved, so I make sure to put time and thought into answering his questions or helping him do things. My top love language is physical touch, which is less important to him. If I’m hugging him all the time, trying to hold hands, or resting my head on his shoulder, it might not register the same to him since touch isn’t his first love language.