11 signs he loves you even if he doesn't say it out loud

Yousra Nasir Posted 3 years ago
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Men are often not very vocal or always the most proficient when it comes to expressing their feelings. Nature and nurture both play a role to that effect. And oftentimes, women can be seen complaining that her man doesn't tell her he loves her enough, doesn't express his feelings as much, that she is clueless as to what he is truly feeling. Most women expect men to declare their love effusively. And when they don't, it leads to confusion and disappointment on the part of women. But there is one essential fact that several women fail to remember; actions speak louder than words. So, when feelings of doubt and uncertainty arise, here are a few of those signs that all women should look out for that are a bigger proclamation of a man's love than those three words shall ever be.

1. He not only listens to what you say, but remembers it

We all love talking about ourselves. It is human nature. But when someone gives up what they want to say for a while because all they want to do is listen to you speak and share bits of your lives with them through words is when you know they truly care about you. And not just pretend to listen to you due to some ulterior (albeit simpler) motive, but truly pay attention to the things you say and remember them. That man, ladies, is a keeper.

2. He takes care of you

When a man loves you, he may not always enunciate it like the letters of the alphabet, but he shall however do little things that restore your belief in the emotion. He would do the dishes on the days you're too tired, or cook you dinner on a night before your big presentation because he knows you'd be busy and he cares.

3. He holds your hand

He doesn't feel the need to walk two steps ahead of you, or do something equally medieval. He is not ashamed of holding your hand in public. In fact, he is proud to call you a part of his life, and loves how you both take comfort in that familiar and reassuring touch. *Continue reading on next page*