Overuse “I Love You”. Go for it!

Love like crazy

A song came on while I was driving home this evening. I absolutely adore this song. The melody, the words, the message, all components resonate with my heart soul.

Tell me you weren’t sentimental or the tiniest bit emotional after watching this video?

You’re a grinch if it didn’t touch you in the slightest.

 

You can admit to yourself that you teared up a bit. None of us need to know. My favorite part from the song:

Be a best friend, tell the truth, and overuse I love you
Go to work, do your best, don’t outsmart your common sense
Never let your prayin’ knees get lazy
And love like crazy

It’s so romantic and real life. Be humble, be honest, be kind, be smart, be grateful, be loving. I don’t think it could get much better than that. I understand that marriage is not all sunshine and rainbow. It takes work. It has its challenges. I don’t want to get married just for a wedding and a “husband”. I want that effort and special bond.

I might over use the word love. But why the hell not? If someone complimented your hair by saying “I like your hair” verse “I love your hair!” Which one makes you feel better? I do not get the hesitance when it comes to dropping the “Love” bomb. I’m not talking about when you’re in a new relationship and you don’t want to put yourself out there by being the first one to say it or saying it just because he did. That’s just an awkward situation, as far as I can remember. My ex was the last one I was in a situation like that with. Except I was drunk and said it to him as he was tucking me in kissing me goodnight. It was way too early, like a few weeks into our relationship. But I knew it was the truth. I fell hard and fast. Boy, did I fall! You can’t put the brakes on.

 

 

You need to live life at full speed, out side the safe zone. In five years, will it matter who said it first? You’re either married with a kid on the way and no one remembers who said what 2 minutes ago, or you’re distant memories in each others lives. My point is go for it! See where the ride takes you.

If you’re a close friend or any person related to me, I will tell you I love you every time I speak to you or see you. That’s how I operate. And I mean it. I am not throwing this word around willy-nilly. People need to know and feel that they are loved. It is literally a basic human need. Not just something that is nice to have.

Maslow’s Hierarchy

Tony Robbins said in a “I am not your guru”, available on Netflix, why do we use the word “freakin”. Saying “I freakin love this” instead of “I fucking love this” stunts the energy of the statement.

freakin
To replace the word “fucking” when you are saying/writing it for a large audience, esp. in a business setting.

Let’s try something. Go get a mirror or go in to your bathroom. Say these phrases into the mirror:

  • I freakin like this movie
  • I fucking like this movie
  • I freakin love this movie
  • I fucking love this movie

Which one gives you the most powerful energy? It’s definitely love, and I’m willing to bet it’s the fucking love that makes you most excited to say.

Next time someone asks you for a recommendation or you want to make a compliment use “love” instead of “like”. There really is such a difference in the energy the word brings.

**None of this is scientifically based. I’m experimenting with you all.**

 

Thank you for sharing your time with me.

Love you, Beautiful People!



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