I am going to transcribe 10 Erwan Heussaff videos and 1 Solenn Heussaff videos per month. I absolutely love their videos. I will be posting their videos and transcriptions on this blog.
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The script to the movie:
Couples often times have dinner and they sit around and talk about what they did during the day. Then they talk about what they are going to do tomorrow. Their conversations are often about tasks.
Couples are busy and they have their daily routines to attend to. They have projects to work on. They have their kids’ schedules to plan.
Sometimes couples should take some time to talk about the times they found that their significant other did something special for them and they felt loved by that simple gesture that their significant other did. You can start your conversation with when was the time you found out I loved you?
Couples could talk about the very first time they found out their significant other loved them. It could be something simple like, “I found out you loved me when you cooked me my favorite dinner.” Then the other can reply with, “I found out you loved me when…”
From this conversation you can talk about other times your significant other did things that you appreciated. This type of talk lets the other know that you appreciate the little things you do for them. It can open up the conversation and you could laugh about those things that happened long ago or things that happened recently.
This kind of conversation can re-ignite the passion you have for each other. Now that you know your loved one appreciates what you do, think of other things you can do to show your loved one you love him. It can be something simple like getting him an espresso or whatever his favorite drink may be from Starbucks.
Showing your love does not have to be expensive. It can be writing a poem for your loved one. It can be creating artwork for him. Be creative. You have so many things you can do and it will only take a little time out of your day.
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Hello, Therese Lawlor here so I found another really awesome quote. I thought this was a great quote. It’s a quote that is perfect for couples—either a significant other kind of relationship that does not have a label yet or boyfriend and girlfriend relationships or married couples. The quote says, “Without you, my life would be a little less bright, a little less fulfilling, and a little less fun.”
When you find someone that makes you feel awesome realize how important that person is. Not everyone makes you feel awesome and fills your life with brightness and sunshine. Also, know your life would be a little less fulfilling and you would have fewer things to look forward to without that person. Know that you get up every morning looking forward to spending time with that person even if it’s just sitting around and watching reruns of Friends.
Know that your life would be a little less fun without that person. Know that that person makes going to Starbucks to get coffee more fun. Know that that person makes the best food ever and you look forward to that person cooking dinner for you.
For those of you who are married, realize that life would be a little less fulfilling without that person. If that certain loved one was not around you would not have all of these kids and grandkids. Know that because you have been married for so long that your relationship might seem too comfortable and boring, but just make sure to realize that without this certain other person you would not have a family that cherishes you.
Sometimes you might find that significant other who keeps your house in immaculate shape because she cleans so much. Know that that is special to you and that you would have a very messy house without her. It is realizing simple things like this that makes a difference in your relationship.
If you are married, think of the house you have built together. Think of that vacation home the two of you go to every summer and realize how much you look forward to going to your vacation home. Remember all of the fun trips you have taken together and realize that thinking of those vacation memories make you smile. Make a scrapbook of your trips so the both of you can look through those photos and realize that what you have together is special and nothing should get in the way of your relationship. Know that life would be less fulfilling without this person around and how amazing your life has been for years because of the presence of this person.
That is it. Thanks for watching. Bye.
Hello, Therese Lawlor here so the quote of the day is, “The value of emotions comes from sharing them not just having them.” To me, that means that if you have a boyfriend or husband and they have done something that has made you happy or has upset you, it’s a good idea to share them. If you are happy about something or if you are sad about something, it’s a great idea to talk about your feelings.
It is especially a good idea to let your significant other know that you are upset at the time you do become upset so they can fix the issue at hand. Sometimes it can just be a misunderstanding. Letting him know that you are upset will allow him to rectify the issue and cheer you up. If you let your boyfriend or husband know you are upset maybe he can do something for you to cheer you up like perhaps spend some quality time with you and go out to dinner where you can talk about your relationship and strengthen your bond.
For example, if you are feeling jealous because your significant other is on the phone with another girl, you should let him know because he will be able to tell you who that is. You may have misread the situation and he is actually talking to one of his best friends from his high school years and their relationship is strictly only friendship. Do not just bottle up your emotions especially if it has something to do with jealousy because your emotions might erupt and become uncontrollable. Often times, bottled up emotions are the cause of someone yelling at the other person and a behavior like that is often regrettable.
Once there are problems and you’re feeling upset, it’s good to address them at the time they occur because if it builds up and you’re just quiet about it, in the end, you end up just being like, “I’m done with this! I can’t deal with it anymore!” When you are addressing the problems that you have with your boyfriend or husband, do it at the time the problem arises that way you can pinpoint to him exactly what it was that upset you. You don’t want to let one thing happen, then a second incident happen, and then at the third time you get upset at him you end up blowing up and yelling.
It’s a great idea to address problem number one, problem number two, and problem number three because if you go allow problem number one and two just happen then on the third one you might end up becoming so upset that you do voice you are upset, but you are unable to remember the first two problems and you are only able to talk about the third problem. The third problem might seem insignificant, but you are like, “Actually the problem is bigger. This has been happening lots.” He might be like, “When has this happened?” And then you can’t remember the other times exactly and it just seems like you are acting irrational.
The key to a healthy relationship is communication. Letting someone know how much you love him will help your relationship grow. Letting him know when you are upset does not let your relationship wounds fester and end up completely ending your relationship. That is it for my video, thanks for watching.