Men and women in marriages should know the importance of words in their daily interactions. The things couples say to one another have a big impact on their marriages. Men sometimes get the reputation for being the less communicative s*x, but that doesn’t mean they don’t thrive on affirming words from their wives.Wives also need to hear compliments daily from their husbands. It goes a long way in promoting peaceful relations between them. A husband who keeps putting down his wife with his words shouldn’t be surprised when she becomes emotionally distant and resentful towards him.
If you don’t appreciate your spouse, who will? If you don’t treat your spouse with love, respect and positive words, no one will do it for you. Married couples should stop taking each other for granted no matter how long they have been married. Kind words melts hearts and it will go a long way in improving your marital relationship.
Whether your husband or wife is begging for verbal affection or not, take a little time today to be grateful for that man or woman in your life for all they do to make your relationship better. It doesn’t take much to make your spouse’s day, boost their confidence and make them want to lift you up in return.
Here are compliments that your spouse needs to hear that will improve your relationship.
I’m glad I married you
Your spouse needs to feel secure in your marriage, and the fastest way to let them know they are still the one is to tell them outright. This is a great compliment because it can come completely out of the blues, without him or her having to do anything to earn it. Spontaneous compliments are genuine and sincere.
I’m proud of you
When your spouse hears you tell them how proud you are of them, they are energized to achieve more. You will get far in marriage being your spouse’s greatest cheerleader. You don’t have to wait for them to do something grand to let them know how proud you are of their efforts. In a world that continuously knocks your spouse down, be the one to always lift him or her up.
I love you
You can never say this enough. Say these three words as often as possible no matter how long you have been with your partner. “I love you” will never lose its meaning. Don’t think that just because your spouse knows you love them that they get tired of hearing it. This is the easiest and most important thing you can tell your spouse.
I believe in you
This is an instant confidence booster and can turn any seeming defeat into a delayed victory. When your spouse is facing one of life’s many setbacks, this is a secret weapon to help them feel empowered to stay on course.
Thank you for taking care of the house
Men need to say this often to their wives. Don’t take their efforts in keeping the house clean for granted. Assist your wife when she’s overwhelmed by house chores. Don’t say it’s for women alone.
You are such a great parent
If you have kids, praise your spouse for their involvement with the family. Let your spouse know that they remain a valuable asset to your family. Compliment your spouse’s parenting skills.
I love how you provide for our family
Don’t take your spouse for granted for the financial needs they meet in your family. These days that husbands and wives pull resources together to keep the home running, the best thing you can do to encourage each other is to appreciate your individual efforts.
You look good
If you don’t compliment your spouse, how can you expect them to feel appreciated or wanted? Your spouse needs to know you love the way they look, even after a few years and a few extra pounds. It’s very important to let your spouse know that you are just as attracted to them today as you were in the beginning. This will make them feel confident and amazing as they go about their day.
You always make me laugh
Let your spouse know that they lighten up your day and bring positive energy into your household. Even if your spouse isn’t the very funny type, you can still compliment their smiles and hearty laughter.
I love spending time with you
We all get c@ught up in the business of everyday life, so let your spouse know that you still love to simply hangout with him or her. After all, you are your partner’s best friend and constant companion. Let them know how much the time they spend with you mean to you.