Expert Panel – How Can I Best Show I Care In A Relationship?

Geoff Steurer

MS, LMFT, and Author

Podcaster of “From Crisis to Connection”

IG @geoffsteurer

The fact that you’re asking this question means that you already care, which is a great start. You can take it further by asking the other person how they feel cared. You can observe how they care for you (they’ll often care for you in ways that are meaningful to them). Even though we might have different ways of feeling loved by another person, universally, we all love to be noticed by someone else. As you pay attention to their preferences, their dislikes, their stressors, etc, you can ask good follow up questions, remember important dates in their life, check in on the things they have going on, and so on, they will feel seen and noticed. It’s powerful to know someone is paying attention.


Adam Moore

PhD, LMFT

Podcaster of “Pocket Therapist”

IG @dradammoore


Liv Talley

LDS Dating Coach & Expert

Podcaster of “With Love, From Liv”

IG @livtalley_coach

By just caring, lol. However you show you care about the people around you, is how you’ll show it in a relationship. Be open if your partner asks for something specific, but trust that you’re doing well by just being you.


Mutual Expert Panel
Mutual | + posts

The Mutual Expert Panel is made up of counselors, therapists, dating coaches, and others with a professional understanding of dating, love, and relationships.

Geoff Steurer
MS, LMFT, and Author | + posts

Geoff Steurer is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in St. George, UT. He is the host of the podcast “From Crisis to Connection” and helps couples reconnect after broken trust. He also specializes in helping couples build strong and intimate relationships in any stage of their relationship. He has been married for over 26 years to his wife, Jody, and they are the parents of four children.

Liv Talley
LDS Dating Coach & Expert at The Sealed Deal | + posts

Liv Talley is an LDS dating and relationship coach, lifestyle mentor, and published author of the book: Sorry, You’re Not Perfect. She has helped singles find love, get married in the temple, and build exceptionally blessed lives through in-depth mindset coaching and personal acceptance/self-compassion.

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