How do you show someone special that you love them? Learn their love language. There’s nothing worse than showing your loved one what YOU think love means to them. Laziness ruins relationships before they even get started. You don’t have to be a specialist or read someone’s mind, simply ask. And in case you’re prone to forget. Write it down. Go the extra mile, it will pay dividends in the long run. This does apply in all types of relationships. Sons daughters, moms, dads, husbands, wives, aunties, uncles, guardians, best friends, close friends….taking time to know. THIS VALENTINE, if you have not yet figured out what means the most to YOU, not what you adopted from someone else….then let your loved one’s know. In the same light, ask their version of loving them unconditionally means. Need a reminder? Just ask. What is the best way to show you that I love and appreciate you, and that I value and respect the person you are in my life? Ladies want unconditional love a safe environment to be the person they are without feeling compared. Anyone who does that does not deserve to be in her life. Who compares a queen? The guys in our world want respect. So here’s the 50 ways to say I love you this Valentine….
1. I love you in Bulgarian – Obicham te ; 2. in Belarusian – Ya tabe kahayu ; 3. in Bangla – Aamee tuma ke bhalo aashi ; 4. in Cantonese Chinese – Ngo oiy ney a ; 5. I love you in Catalan – T`estimo ; 6. in Cheyenne – Ne mohotatse ; 7. in Chichewa – Ndimakukonda ; 8. in Creole – Mi aime jou ; 9. in Croatian – Volim te ; 10. I love you in Czech – Miluji te ; 11. in Danish – Jeg elsker dig ; 12. in Dutch – Ik hou van jou ; 13. in Esperanto – Mi amas vin ; 14. in Estonian – Ma armastan sind ; 15. I love you in Ethiopian – Afgreki` ; 16. in Farsi – Doset daram ; 17. in Filipino – Mahal kita ; 18. in Finnish –Mina rakastan sinua ;I love u 19. in French – Je t`aime/ Je t`adore ; 20. I love you in German – Ich liebe dich ; 21. in Greek – S`agapau ; 22. in Gujarati – Hoo thunay prem karoo choo ; 23. in Hawaiian – Aloha wau ia oi ; 24. in Hebrew – Ani ohev otah (to female) and Ani ohev et otha (to male) ; 25. I love you in Hindi – Hum tumhe pyar karte hae ; 26. in Hmong – Kuv hlub koj ; 27. in Hopi – Nu` umi unangwa`ta ; 28. in Hungarn – Szeretlek ; 29. in Icelansic – Eg elska tig ; 30. in Indonesian – Saya cinta padamu ; 31. in Irish – Taim i`ngra leat ; 32. in Italian – Ti amo ; 33. I love you in Japanese – Aishiteru ; 34. in Kannada – Naanu ninna preetisuttene ;
35. in Korean – Saranghae 36. in Latin – Te amo ; 37. in Latvian – Es tevi miilu ; 38. in Malay – Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu ; 39. in Mandarin Chinese – Wo ai ni ; 40. in Navaho – Ayor anosh`ni ; 41. in Norwegian – Jeg elsker dek ; 42. in Persian – Doo-set daaram ; 43. in Pig Latin – Lay ovlay ouyay ; 44. in Polish – Kocham Ciebie ; 45. in Portuguese – Eu tea mo ; 46. in Romanian – Te ubesk ; 47. in Russian – Ya tebya liubliu ; 48. I love you in Serbian – Volim te ; 49. in Slovenian – Ljubim te ; 50. in Spanish – Te quiero / Te amo (source:www.love-sessions.com) This valentine, you’re armed, you got this.