This individual defies "show, don't tell." You may believe you're doing enough by showing your lover how much you love them, but until you tell them, they won't feel loved.
This isn't an insecurity; everyone feels love differently. Words of affirmation people need to hear your sentiments.
No complement is too much.
They'll enjoy a passionate card or letter with a few phrases about why you adore them. This present will mean more to a word person.
If you're not a wordsmith, your spouse doesn't need fancy language. You're theirs. Even if your thoughts aren't well-spoken, people want to hear them.
Tell a writer what you like. If they clean the home, praise them. Tell them if they're really appealing. Think happy thoughts out loud.
On exceptional occasions, communicate how you feel. Don't only utilise store-bought cards' pre-packaged words—add your own.
Send them a couple random messages a week to let them know you're thinking of them or that you adore them.
Comfort your lover. Give them a chance to speak. Then encourage them by reminding them of their strengths that will get them through this.
Never say "I love you" too often.
“Your arms make me feel secure and I adore being embraced by them” is far better than “you're the most attractive guy in the world,” even if they know it's not true.