We all have ways of showing our sweetie how much we love them. But celebrity relationship expert, Kailen Rosenberg, shares why it’s so important and has tips, that’ll really show them how much, like leaving love post-it-notes everywhere: “It’s the cutest, unique, warm feeling that comes across upon these people/ when out of the blue, especially after a bad fight, that all of a sudden, it’s this refreshing reminder that /you are loved no matter what. It’s all about awareness /and showing our partner /that they are absolutely magical and amazing to us /no matter how many fights we’ve had and no matter how tough times, you know, life and times can be, that they still know they are really seen and they’re loved and acknowledged.”
As for the bold sentence in the paragraph, I think it is an emphatic sentence structure rather than an attributive clause since I could make a complete sentence after deleting "it's" and "that". So how can I explain this?
PS. Could the clause 'that you are loved no matter what.' an appositive clause?