Sometimes little things can make a big difference. In that spirit, the following list of 5 little things can work wonders towards making a positive difference in your marriage.
Make it a point to adopt them as part of your everyday life and watch the wonderful results!
5 Happy Marriage Tips
1. Smile - The simple act of smiling to your spouse helps ease any tensions. Make it a genuine, heart-felt smile that shows your warm and friendlier side. It will make you more approachable and bring you closer.
2. Listen - It’s been said that people were made with two ears and one mouth so they’d listen twice as much as they talk. Remember that during your conversations and make it a point to pay attention and listen to your spouse more, It will help your communication and understanding as a couple.
3. Compliment your spouse – Point out something good about your spouse and let him or her know that you like it.
4. Show gratitude – Make sure to say thank you for the things your partner does for you. A genuine thank you to show your gratitude for something your partner has given you or done for you will make you both happier.
5. Say I Love You - This is an obvious one but it is often overlooked. With life’s many pressures and the hurried pace, we often forget to say I Love You. Those three simple words can do miracles for a relationship – make sure you say them often!
There are many other little things you can do which will have a big impact and these are simply five.
What other suggestions do you have? Any other little things you do which have a big positive impact on your relationship?
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