The years went by, and I admit that we grew up together and evolved, and our marriage is now firmer and safer. Conversations, much cry, reflection, and more conversations about us and our problems together…
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Remind your partner, and yourself, that you appreciate them
You don’t need fancy vacations or public declarations of adoration to make your bond rock solid. “It’s not the big things that make a great, but rather the random acts of kindness that follow the golden rule of relationships: Do unto your partner as your partner would like you to do,”
Become a connoisseur of your partner. Learn what words, acts, expressions, gifts, and touches are the most meaningful and desired,” recommends Van Epp. In other words, show your appreciation and love to your partner in the ways that mean the most to them.
Say thank you for the small things
Saying thank you for the kindness and the help from your partner is recognize that you appreciate it. Your kids will make the same. It makes al the difference in your days, at any moment of the day.
Take care of your appearance
Do you remember what your first dates were? How did you choose a special outfit and take into account all the details? I’m not saying it has to be this way every day, but some couples forget to keep looking, and there are scary cases, such as the change.
I remember days ago that I was ready to leave and my husband said he says “wow, you look well!”.. That compliment makes us smile and put ourselves up.
Foster relationships outside your marriage
Take a coffee with your best friend. Go for a night dance with your best friends.
Having some time apart, it gets romantic because even the conversation on the phone gets more romantic. That’s why we need some distance.
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Take time for a conversation, both of you alone. Or go for a weekend.
It is very healthy to get out of the routine. Especially if you have children, making it a habit improves your relationship and promotes love.
If where you are has a pool or spa, then enjoy every moment as well. It doesn’t matter if it is summer or winter, your love will be your excuse to be together and the weekends outside are excellent for the couple to come more in love.
Focus on giving love
Genuine happiness is not about feeling good about ourselves because other people love us only. It’s more about how well we have loved ourselves and others. The unintentional outcome of loving others more deeply is that we are loved more deeply. Ask, “How was your day?” or say, “You’re beautiful today.” Ask what your partner wants for dinner or ask for help and cook together. Give a lot of hugs. Kiss your partner anytime. Tell how you love your partner more than he thinks you should.
Let go of expectations
You may look to things such as romance and constant togetherness to fill a void in yourself. These thoughts will immediately cause suffering. If you unconsciously expect to receive love in specific ways to avoid giving that love to yourself, you will put your sense of security in someone else. Draw upon your own inner-resources to offer love, attention, and nurturance to yourself when you need it. Then you can let love come to you instead of putting expectations on what it needs to look like.
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