6 Signs Someone Really Loves You (Even Though They Don’t Say It)

By | April 26, 2022



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Actions speak louder than words. Saying ‘I love you’ can be a nice thing to hear from your significant other but there are other ways that people chose to express their love for others. Here are some signs which may suggest that somebody really loves you even if they don’t say it.

Disclaimer: This video is for educational purposes only and does not mean that these signs are objective proof that somebody loves you. The psychological research used is not intended to say with certainty that because somebody exhibits these signs means they truly love you.

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Writer: Chloe Avenasa
Script Editor: Vanessa Tao
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera (www.youtube.com/amandasilvera)
Animator: Mico Flores
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong

References:
Saklofske, D. H., & Zeidner, M. (Eds.). (1995). International handbook of personality and intelligence. Springer Science & Business Media.
Zeidner, M. (1995). Personality trait correlates of intelligence. In International handbook of personality and intelligence (pp. 299-319). Springer, Boston, MA.
Mayer, J. D., Caruso, D. R., Zigler, E., & Dreyden, J. I. (1989). Intelligence and intelligence-related personality traits. Intelligence, 13(2), 119-133.
Moutafi, J., Furnham, A., & Crump, J. (2003). Demographic and personality predictors of intelligence: A study using the NEO personality inventory and the Myers–Briggs type indicator. European Journal of Personality, 17(1), 79-94.
Ackerman, P. L. (1996). A theory of adult intellectual development: Process, personality, interests, and knowledge. Intelligence, 22(2), 227-257.
Writer: Chloe Avenasa
Script Editor: Vanessa Tao
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera (www.youtube.com/amandasilvera)
Animator: Mico Flores
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong

References:
Saklofske, D. H., & Zeidner, M. (Eds.). (1995). International handbook of personality and intelligence. Springer Science & Business Media.
Zeidner, M. (1995). Personality trait correlates of intelligence. In International handbook of personality and intelligence (pp. 299-319). Springer, Boston, MA.
Mayer, J. D., Caruso, D. R., Zigler, E., & Dreyden, J. I. (1989). Intelligence and intelligence-related personality traits. Intelligence, 13(2), 119-133.
Moutafi, J., Furnham, A., & Crump, J. (2003). Demographic and personality predictors of intelligence: A study using the NEO personality inventory and the Myers–Briggs type indicator. European Journal of Personality, 17(1), 79-94.
Ackerman, P. L. (1996). A theory of adult intellectual development: Process, personality, interests, and knowledge. Intelligence, 22(2), 227-257.

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Don’t Let Stress Wear You Out! Here’s Some Advice

Be strong. Don’t let something like stress ruin your life. If you give in and let stress take control, you will feel the effects of it now, as well as in your future. The advice in this article will help you find a way to deal with your daily stress.

One of the things that you can do when you are feeling anxious is to go to the spa and get a massage. This will help to reduce the amount of knots that you have in your body so that you can maintain your flexibility and reduce the strain that you feel.

If you have a lot of stress in your life, plant a garden. This will give you something to look forward to every day and a hobby to get your mind off of the difficult things at work or school. Watch your garden grow to reduce your overall level of anxiety.

A great tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to pray. Praying can help you feel at ease. It’s also great because you can do it almost anywhere. Just a little bit of praying each day can go a long way in keeping your stress down.

Your stress levels will stay down if you stay up to date on repairs your items may need. Think about just a few things that need to be fixed, repairing them will take a lot more energy than it would had you kept up with them.

Munch on a snack if you are feeling a little overwhelmed. Foods that contain a lot of carbohydrates work to stimulate the release of the feel good brain chemical, serotonin. The release of serotonin helps to induce calm. Some crackers, a bagel, or pretzels should do the trick.

When it comes to dealing with stress consider meditation. This can be a great way to not only relax your body but also clear your mind of everything that might be causing you stress. Consider buying audio tapes or books to assist you with different ways of meditation.



Many stress-related problems can be caused by a poor diet so go through what you are eating with a fine comb. If you find that you are eating in an unhealthy fashion than you should remove the bad things and try to replace them with healthy and tasty alternatives.

Mentally, you will need to do many things to ascertain that you do not face high levels of stress. One thing that you should practice is letting go of the past. Constantly thinking about something that makes you sad will only serve to add more stress to your life and should be avoided.

If you are not the kind of person who enjoys running than you can also consider some type of martial art. The act of hitting an object or other person in an appropriate context can really help to ease the desire to hit people in the absolute wrong situations in life.

If you’re finding yourself under a lot of stress often, try scheduling your day. If you plan your day out, you won’t have to worry about trying to figure out what do next. Or if you’re already doing this and are still stressed, do the opposite and try and wing it each day. Find the right medium between scheduling and winging it that works for you.

If you’re feeling stressed out, one fantastic cure is laughter. Do something silly with your family. Throw a water balloon. Watch a funny movie or some stand-up comedy. Laughing half an hour every day can have a dramatic improvement on your overall outlook and reduce your stress immensely.

One great way to deal with stress is to be sure that your posture is correct. This is important because you may be causing physical stress to your body with incorrect posture. The tension that builds up in your shoulders can cause you to feel more pain than you ordinarily would. Correct posture will also help you to feel more alert and positive.

Spending an intimate evening with your significant other can really be beneficial to your relationship and your stress levels. This can help you focus and enjoy this moment versus thinking about what happened before, or what will happen later, to cause you stress.

Create a peaceful saying. Many people use a positive saying or affirmation that they say repeatedly when they begin to feel stressed. By repeating the affirmation, you can silence the more critical thoughts you are having about the situation. Next time you are feeling stressed, try saying the affirmation ten times in a row.

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If you’re stressed out often, a good way to reduce your stress is to get a pet. Playing with animals is proven to reduce stress and release endorphins in the brain, making you happier and healthier. Cats, dogs, birds, lizards, and any number of other animals can be a great way to de-stress your life.

Try giving whatever is bothering you a number on a scale from one to ten, where one is a minor bump and ten is the end of the world. You’ll probably find that most of your daily problems are no more than a five. In other words, they’re not worth getting upset about.

Make sure that you practice proper money management so that you do not find yourself in a hole when it comes time to pay your bills. Do not spend money on unnecessary items, which will leave you cutting it very close at the end of the month. Proper money management is important to reduce tension and pressures.

If you feel overwhelmed often, try saying no. You may want to please others, but taking on too many responsibilities is a surefire path to stress.

Apply the insights gained here in order to effectively control stress in your life. By regulating the stress in your life, you are sure to live longer and happier. Use this advice within your life, so you can feel better.