Energize Your Marriage

We have usual times when we say, “I love you” to our spouse, such as when we leave for work or when we return home. Sometimes the meaning behind these words can lose their value. Start saying “I love you ” at times your spouse wouldn’t expect it.

Try giving one reason (of the many) why you love your spouse when you say these words. Saying more than just the usual “I love you” shows a little thought and allows your spouse to see what you admire about him or her.

Saying positive words will not only put an extra spring in your spouse’s step but have an energizing affect on your relationship. You will start focusing on their admirable traits instead of their undesirable ones.

How have positive words affected your relationship? Share below!

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  1. I’ve been married for 47 years and my husband and I say “I love you” quite often. I try to even when I’m mad at him. But I think I will try telling him why I love him. Good thought, thanks.

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  2. I’m not married, but my parents have been together for about 29 years. I have seen them struggle, but they always work it out. I’ve noticed that when they use kind words and surprise each other more, there’s a better kind of energy around the house.
    This is such a good tip for when I get married! I’ll have to keep it in mind, especially during times of struggle.

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