How To Find The Time To Show How Much You Care.

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It’s a tough world out there. To make ends meet, you’ve to literally work round the clock.
At the end of almost everyday, you may be left with no time to either give yourself a treat or show your loved one how much you care.


Regardless of how much of your time the performance of daily career routine takes, you should find the time to show the one who’s always by your side that you care so much.


It’s very important you do so, because without them being constantly there to take care of those important things you’ve no time to do for yourself, you could end up an emotional wreck. That’s not possible?


What about the emotional support they’re giving to you, don’t you think this support is the pivot of your stability in life? You may not still believe you need them until you lose them, then you would realize they were really invaluable.


So how do you find the time to do little things for them that reassure them that you still care?

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  1. Don’t make excuses.

When we are confronted with the question, “You don’t have time for me anymore, do you really care?” It’s natural for most of us to use the pressure work places on our time as an excuse. It’s the wrong response.

Do you know why? The response is likely to make your partner conclude that they’re not important to you. If they were, you would’ve made time to express how much you care in actions and in words.

So instead of giving excuses, make a mental note and a sincere commitment to make amends and do things that prove to them that they’re an important part of your life.

2. Make it a habit to leave romantic notes.

The easiest place to start the process of making amends is in ‘words’. Occasionally, leave little romantic notes around some places in the house where your partner could find and read them. This doesn’t take more than few minutes of your time and thought.

Scribble on a piece of paper, few words that remind your partner of how much they mean to you. Make sure the words are sincerely from the depth of your heart. It would mean so much to them.

What about texting romantic words to your partner, wouldn’t that be better? Some things in life just cant be replaced by technology and robots. Your handwriting is a special extension of your personality.

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3. There’s still a place for text messages.

It’s near impossible to work for twelve straight hours without few minutes of intermittent breaks. You could use one of those breaks to text a love note to your loved one. It may be to find out how their day Is getting on.

The receiver would understand that you care. It should make them more determine to give you more support, show more understanding and more love.

4. Spend time together.

Make out time occasionally to be alone with your loved one. Go somewhere quiet where both of you could hear each other. And somewhere romantic where you could have a great meal together and share beautiful memories about those exciting shared times and experiences.

It’s so clear that the biggest barrier to proving your care and love for someone else is finding the time. Not being there to prove your level of care is a problem of ineffective time management.

This could easily be solved.
Where to start? Just make up your mind to find the time to be with your loved one and you will find a way to carve out dates on your calendar to keep you and your loved one happy.


At the beginning it could be tough to make adjustments to a routine you’re accustomed to. But at the end, the reward of a loving and caring partner is priceless. No price is too great to pay to show someone who’s giving you true love in words and in actions that you truly care.

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