“The truest form of love is how you behave toward someone, not how you feel about them.”- Steve Hall
Man, ain’t that the truth? Some folks find it easy to say ‘I love you’ to their partner and yet their actions are seldom in harmony with the words.
We all come from families that had their ways ways of expressing love. Some say it often to each other, some rarely express it verbally. Each of these may or may not show it in actions.
Like it or not, how we handle a committed relationship has its roots in what we witnessed (or rather in some cases what we missed) in our familial homes.
One of the cool things about human beings however, is their ability to change. Mind you, not willingly…rarely ever willingly… because most of us are pretty uncomfortable with change. But it’s possible given a desire and dedication to the process.
And what could possibly more desirable than the ability able to make the person you have decided to spend your life with feel loved?
Give it thought. Then maybe take a chance and ask your partner if they feel loved enough by you.The answer might surprise you.
Here are the folks who recently signed on at the Newaygo County Clerk’s Office for their own committed partnership.
Heidi Nelson, Hesperia & Travis DePew, White Cloud
Brittany Fetzer, Ravenna & Eric Browning, Newaygo
Bryan Wylie, Newaygo & Kara Fennema, Newaygo
Roxanne VanSlyke, Newaygo & Patrick Yancey, Newaygo
Jesse Brown, Newaygo & Jennifer Hendricks, Newaygo