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In Six Words, What’s Love?

V Day CardFor many years, I wore black and blue on Valentine’s Day in order to “reflect the state of my heart,” I would say.

I thought I was bruised. Now, I think I just didn’t understand love. Today, I think I got a little closer to understanding what it’s all about. Love is the Valentine’s Day card which arrives in the mail from my niece and nephews sent simply to “Aunt Denise” at my address. No last name. Just “Aunt Denise.” That’s love. No last name needed.

What’s love for you? Please share your definition below. And, for this definition, let’s use six words. Have fun!

(We’d love to include your definitions in our “Love,” our next book in our CareGifters series. If you would prefer that we don’t publish your definition, please let me know by sending me an email.)

About Denise Brown

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I began working with family caregivers in 1990 and launched CareGiving.com in 1996 to help and support them. Through my blog, I share words of comfort and offer coping strategies and tips. I also write opinion pieces about recent research, community programs and media coverage of caregiving issues.

13 comments

  1. Avatar of ejourneys

    A heart that doesn’t give up.

  2. Love means always having enough time.

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    Accepting life’s moments simply and beautifully.

  4. Avatar of Trish

    Love is sometimes just being there.

  5. Avatar of Denise

    It’s received without weighing or measuring.

  6. Avatar of

    Love is accepted without monetary value.

  7. Avatar of Bob

    Love is loving others and myself.

  8. Avatar of G-J

    Caring, sharing, accepting, welcoming, being, doing.

  9. Avatar of Denise

    This one comes from @bernita117: Sharing yourself without expectations

  10. Staring into their eyes and knowing

  11. Avatar of Jo

    Choosing, enduring, trusting, accepting, releasing, believing

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