Appreciation for Your Spouse Goes a Long Way

Cynthia Greene, MHR, Marriage & Relationship Visionary Strategist

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The skill of praising your partner is not something to be taken lightly. Do you recall when you first began dating and how you complimented one another all the time? You never neglected to complement one another on even the simplest of meals or express gratitude for bringing out the garbage. Now that your spouse has become something ordinary and familiar, it's possible that you've forgotten to express gratitude for the beautiful person who shares your life with you. Practicing thankfulness is a wonderful way to enhance the connections of a relationship, and it is well worth your time to get into the practice of doing so. Begin with something simple: express gratitude and compliments to your mate.

1) SAY THANK YOU

It is a fundamental expression of appreciation for your spouse. Take pleasure in your marriage. On any given occasion, a simple please and thank you are appreciated. Demonstrate to your spouse that you appreciate him, that you respect him, and that he is deserving of a little kindness.

2) WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR PARTNER

If you want to express your gratitude to your spouse in a tangible way, you may write a love note and slip it inside your spouse's lunch bag. Letters are an ancient and romantic notion, and nowadays, you may send text messages instead, but it is an honest and surprising method to express thanks to someone.

3) MAKE A GIF FOR YOUR PARTNER

With a GIF, you can turn a simple snapshot into a film that expresses your thanks while also brightening the day of your email partner. GIFMaker is a free online tool that allows you to create your own customized GIF.

4) SOCIAL MEDIA

On social media, express your appreciation for your mate. Thanks and affection may be expressed in a very public manner via Facebook and Twitter messages and tweets.

5) FLIRT WITH YOUR PARTNER

When you're around a group of people, flirt with your partner. It will demonstrate to your family and friends how much you respect and appreciate them, as well as provide a little boost to your own self-esteem.

6) PERSONALIZE SOME M&MS

With a romantic picture or two phrases, you can make some M&M's uniquely your own! For the record, gratitude tastes significantly better when it's accompanied by chocolate.

7) GOOD CONVO

Take some time to converse without being distracted by children, work, or household responsibilities. Go on a stroll together or set out a few minutes in the morning or before you turn on the lights to actually spend some time together and listen to each other.

8) SEXUAL FAVORS

Make handwritten gift cards for sexual favors and tuck them beneath the pillow or in the bathroom mirror to avoid detection... Using this method, you may make your lover feel loved in a sexy manner. Make certain that the children do not discover them, or you will be in for some unpleasant explanations.

9) DINNER AND A MOVIE

Find a babysitter, make reservations, and take your spouse out to supper and a movie for a night of fun and relaxation. Alternatively, you could choose a picnic and a stroll. What counts is that the two of you are spending time together doing something you both like.

10) MASSAGE

This is completely free, and it is the most straightforward method to demonstrate your appreciation for all he does. At the end of a hard day, nothing says "I love you" quite like a good foot massage, back rub, or shoulder massage.

April is National Couple Appreciation Month. We know that every month has some special occasions to celebrate, but we love celebrations. Every relationship should incorporate special celebrations on the regular. Oftentimes, we focus on all the negative or wrong things in our relationship and forget to recognize the smallest of wins. Throughout the month of April, we will recognize couples who are putting the work in to have happy, healthy, successful marriages. If you are one of them, simply send us your name and picture by clicking on the link In Love and Loving It and we will send you your own branded graphic! We want to celebrate you.

Forever in Love,

Cynthia Greene, The Marriage Visionary

“If you build it, it will last”

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Cynthia Greene is a Certified Professional Life Coach, Prolific Speaker, Best Seller Author & has a Masters in Human Relations. She has been helping others with creating strategies to build successful marriages and relationships for over 20 years.

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