Being a parent is a challenge, even with the easiest of kids. Nobody feels like they are getting it right. So when you notice your spouse or partner winning at parenting, tell them. They might not know, and your opinion means everything.
He's been getting up early for spin class. She's been training for a marathon. The results are in. Your partner's bod is looking better than ever. So take note and throw a compliment his or her way. It's hard work getting in shape!
Your spouse is doing it all—balancing work, home, friends and family. Give him or her a compliment for doing so. And help out. Sounds like he or she could use it.
It may seem trivial, but if she told you she's going to get her hair done, compliment her on it when she returns. A haircut isn't just haircut to most women. Her hair represents so much more, so take note. She paid a lot for that look, and she wants you approval! Go on.
Most couples think it, but don't always remember to say, "I love you." Truth is, you can't say it enough. And strong couples say it—and mean it—all the time.
There's nothing worse than feeling unappreciated by one's partner. A simple way to avoid that is to express gratitude toward your partner and all he or she does for you. It may not seem like a compliment. But when you're on the receiving end, it sure does.
Chances are, one person in your relationship takes care of the house more than the other does. That's cool, but make sure to compliment that person on making your house a home. Chances are she or he put a lot of love into making your living space spectacular.
You may be in love, but your partner also wants to know that you're best friends. So even though you've got your bros from college or your gaggle of gals you call bff's, your partner wants to know he or she is your best friend forever.
Your opinion means everything to your partner. So when your partner accomplishes a goal, or you see him or her working hard, take note and acknowledge it.
Whether you've been together for 10 minutes or 10 years, your partner wants to know you're still hot for him or her. So say it! Chances are, she or he will say it back. Feels good, right?
Our jobs, not to mention our kids, can make us all feel a little challenged at times. So it's nice to remind your spouse or partner how smart he or she is. Chances are, it's been ages since someone said so.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and strong couples are quick to let one another know when they are missed. So when the hubs is on a business trip, or your lady love is busy balancing work and the kids, make sure to say, "I miss you." Your partner will be thrilled to hear it.
Even though you and your partner love to spend time together, that doesn't mean your other half doesn't still love to hear you love to spend time together. It's easy to say and the words mean so much.
You, and only you, can make your partner feel beautiful. So say it! She is.
You may think it all the time, but when was the last time you told your partner how much better your life is with him or her in it? It may feel like you're stating the obvious, but you're actually building strength in your relationship. And that's never a bad thing.
There's no better vote of confidence than that of a partner or spouse. Hearing one's partner say, "I believe in you," can be just the thing one needs to go conquer the world! And you'll never forget your partner had your back.
The backbone of a strong relationship is making your partner your first priority. Letting them know they are your first priority helps them know they always come in first with you.
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