Love isn’t defined by what he says during passionate sex,
But by his tenderness when you aren’t having sex.
Love isn’t measured by how much he spends on you,
But by how much time he makes to spend with you.
Love isn’t computed by how scared he is to lose you,
But by all the wonderful things he does to keep you.
Love isn’t determined by how often he says “I’m sorry,”
But by being sorry he can’t do more for you, more often.
Love isn’t calculated by how often he agrees with you,
But by understanding your view even when he disagrees.
Love isn’t gauged by his desire to always be by your side,
But by instinctively knowing when to move aside.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2015 by watching one of the loving couples in any of these classic romantic films, which we used to demonstrate our list!
If your “honey” didn’t pass the test, let the movie teach him a lesson in love.
An Affair To Remember (Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr) • 1957
Pretty Woman (Richard Gere, Julia Roberts) • 1990
The Notebook (James Garner, Gena Rowlands) • 2004
Love Story (Ryan O’Neal, Ali MacGraw) • 1970
The American President (Michael Douglas, Annette Bening) • 1995
Casablanca (Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman) • 1942