10 Things Everyone Wants To Hear

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Being human comes with its unique set of challenges and complexities. In our journey through this intricate tapestry of existence, we all long for loving reflections and encouragement. Whether it's a friend, family member, partner, or colleague, expressing our feelings authentically can deepen our relationships and make a positive impact.

In this article, we'll explore ten meaningful things that everyone wants to hear—words that can light up hearts and nurture bonds. Remember, always be authentic and mindful in your delivery. Never be deceptive or manipulative.

10 Things Everyone Wants To Hear

1. "That you see them."
In a world where many things go unnoticed, letting someone know that you see them makes them feel recognized and appreciated for who they are.

2. "That they're special."
We all have unique qualities that make us extraordinary. Telling someone they're special and what specifically makes them unique highlights their individuality and reminds them of their worth.

3. "That you value them."
Expressing gratitude for having someone in your life can be immensely reassuring. It reminds them that they are important and have value by simply being themself.

4. "That your life wouldn't be the same without them."
Letting someone know the positive impact they've had on your life is a profound way to show appreciation. It validates the significance and impact of their actions and existence.

5. "That you believe in them."
Belief is a powerful motivator. Telling someone you believe in their abilities and dreams can inspire them to pursue their goals with confidence.

6. "That you're proud of them."
Acknowledging someone's accomplishments and growth by saying you're proud of them fosters self-esteem and encourages them to keep striving for success. Sadly, many parents and family members never say this.

7. "That you always have their back."
Assuring someone that you're there to support them, no matter the circumstances, strengthens trust and creates a sense of security in the relationship. The following questions are... "What challenges are you facing and how specifically can I support you?"

8. "That they are so worthy."
Reminding someone of their inherent worth, regardless of external factors or achievements, can boost their self-esteem and reinforce their sense of value. This is important because we are often way too hard on ourselves and forget.

9. "That they are so loved."
Love is a universal need, and hearing that you are loved can bring immense joy, security, and emotional fulfillment.

10. "That it will all work out."
In times of uncertainty or difficulty, offering reassurance that things will eventually improve can provide comfort and hope.

Remember, the key to making these words meaningful is authenticity. When you express these sentiments sincerely and from the heart, you can create deeper connections and brighten someone's day. So, take a moment to reflect on the people who matter most to you and let them know how much they mean to you. Your words can make a world of difference in their lives, and given the fragility of life, you never know what could happen, so don't miss the chance.

About the Author

Mark Shapiro has sent over 20,000 personalized appreciation videos and is the founder of LoveBomb. Inspired by his TED Talk - "The Art of Connection in a Digital World," LoveBomb is a connection calendar & social assistant that makes it easy to never miss birthdays and big days in the lives of people you care about.