15 reasons why you love your husband

'I love you' is beautiful to say. But telling your husband why you love him is remarkable.

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  • My 10th wedding anniversary is rapidly approaching. We are planning on renewing our vows. While brainstorming, I realized my vows are strongly reflecting on the many reasons I love my husband. I always tell my husband how much I love him, but I do not tell him why. Perhaps on occasions I share a reason or two, but I think he deserves to hear the reasons a lot more often.

  • Sharing memorable moments and exchanging an "I love you" as often as you can is sweet and romantic. Moreover, communicating the reasons why you love him adds a special touch to the marriage. It can make a strong bond stronger.

  • Instead of waiting for his birthday or Valentine's Day, pick random days to tell him how much and why you love him.

  • Here are 15 possible reasons why you love your husband:

  • Gives you good advice

  • Husbands are not your girlfriends. They will give you honest and harsh advice. As much as my husband knows I am sensitive, he is always straightforward. At the end of the day, our husbands want the best for us.

  • He trusts you

  • He doesn't worry that you stay out with friends or family later than expected. He is not constantly checking on you because he is jealous or suspicious.

  • You can be yourself around him

  • You can say or do goofy things or laugh in a geeky way. He accepts you for being comfortable in your own skin.

  • You and your husband are a team

  • He values your opinions and consults you before making any household or financial decisions.

  • Comes straight home from work

  • The idea of spending time with friends every day after work starts to fade. He prefers to rush home and start an early evening with you and the children.

  • Loves your family

  • He treats your family with the love and respect he has for his own family. If your family needs support or a helping hand, he is right there for them. My husband has been a strong support system for my family.

  • Never judges you

  • He doesn't criticize the way you look, talk or do things. If you have an idea – as insane as it is – he will support you all the way.

  • Respects you and the children

  • He never uses strong language or expressions or physical abuse to get a point across.

  • Enjoys spoiling you

  • Not only with gifts but with unconditional love and attention. You do not have to seek attention. Your husband automatically offers it to you with a touch, a hug or a kiss.

  • Protects you

  • He is ready to shield you from harm. He will defend you, and you can count on his support.

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  • Makes you laugh

  • He is the only one who can make you laugh when you are feeling at your lowest. He consoles you but manages to bring a sense of hope with an innocent joke.

  • Good cook

  • He loves to whip up your favorite meals when you least expect it. When you are running late from work, he has no issues cooking that evening. It's sweet to come home to a wonderful homemade meal after a long day.

  • Puts you first

  • You are his number one priority. Your needs and wants come first.

  • Loves and respects animals

  • He never harms animals. As a matter of fact, he treats them with respect and as part of the family. Our dogs are part of the family, and my husband gives all the love he can possibly give them.

  • Words of affection

  • He loves texting cute messages or calling you during lunch just to tell you something tender.

  • Your husband knows you love him, but telling him why you do will just reassure what he already knows and feels in his heart.

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Mayra Colón is a freelance writer, former independent author and avid reader. She holds a MBA from the University of Phoenix and completed the Freelance Writing and Selling Online course from Rutgers University of Arts and Sciences.

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